CDC data shows that 74% of people who tested positive for the virus in Massachusetts outbreak were fully vaccinated

A federal investigation into a COVID-19 outbreak earlier this month in a part of Massachusetts that is home to Cape Cod and Provincetown found that 74% of the 469 infections were among vaccinated people, a finding that raises questions about the prevalence of breakthrough infections.
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