It is a rare breakthrough case. A Sacramento mother said she regrets not continuing to wear a mask after being vaccinated, now that her whole family has tested positive for COVID-19, including her young daughters. "I wish we would have done things differently," Emily Baker Hurley said. She and her husband loosened up on their COVID-19 precautions after getting their second Pfizer shot in April. Now, she said, her husband has a mild case of the disease and she has an asymptomatic case, but she is worried about her 5-year-old and 9-month-old daughters. They, of course, are too young to have been vaccinated. See more in the video above.
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- Popular Mechanics
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- ABC News
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- The Telegraph
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- Business Insider
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- Washington Examiner
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- The New York Times
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- Yahoo Finance
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- USA TODAY
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- Washington Post
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- Business Insider
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, under attack for his role in funding research at a laboratory many suspect of being the cause of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, defended his actions Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union talk show. Fauci, the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has admitted that the US […]