State investigating 271 cases of COVID-19 infections among vaccinated Ariz. patients

 So far, 5,800 of 77 million fully vaccinated people have caught COVID-19 anyway in US, CDC says/Flicker

By Susan Campbell | 3 On Your Side

The Arizona Department of Health Services is investigating 271 COVID-19 infections in patients who were vaccinated against the virus, 3 On Your Side has learned.

Health officials call these “breakthrough” infections. Out of the 271 confirmed breakthrough cases in Arizona, ADHS says no deaths have been reported.

“ADHS is partnering with the CDC and local health departments to investigate breakthrough COVID-19 infections among people who received the COVID-19 vaccine,” said Holly Poynter, a spokesperson for ADHS. “We are working to identify patterns or trends in patient characteristics, the administered vaccine, or variant strains.”

 So far, 5,800 of 77 million fully vaccinated people have caught COVID-19 anyway in US, CDC says

About 5,800 people who have been vaccinated against coronavirus have become infected anyway, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells CNN.

Dr. Ross Goldberg, the president of the Arizona Medical Association, says breakthrough infections are expected.

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