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You can still test positive for COVID even after being fully vaccinated, data shows

HOUSTON – According to the Houston Health Department, over 100 residents in the city have reportedly still tested positive after they say they were fully vaccinated.

Since January, 142 Houstonians who either received both doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines or a single shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine still contracted the virus.

The report also rules out those who were said to have contracted the virus 45 days before their second scheduled shot date.

The Houston Health Department is reporting roughly 2.46 positive cases out of every 10,000 fully vaccinated people.

The Harris County/City of Houston COVID-19 Data Hub showed the Houston Health Department has counted 57,097 fully-vaccinated individuals through Sunday. The hub noted the count is for vaccines administered by sites by HHD.

Houston Health Department

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