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Doctor says COVID-19 vaccines are "working phenomenally well" and discusses rare breakthrough cases

People who have received a COVID-19 vaccine are far less likely to contract the coronavirus than unvaccinated people. Dr. James Hamblin, a preventative medicine physician and lecturer in public health at Yale University, joins CBSN AM to discuss the vaccines and the significance of rare breakthrough infections, where fully inoculated people catch the coronavirus.
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