Vaccinated mother says she regrets not wearing mask to protect children from COVID-19

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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