Vaccination Against SARS-CoV-2 Is Associated With a Lower Viral Load and Likelihood of Systemic Symptoms

Carolyn T. Bramante*, Jennifer L. Proper, David R. Boulware, Amy B. Karger, Thomas Murray, Via Rao, Aubrey Hagen, Christopher J. Tignanelli, Michael Puskarich, Ken Cohen, David M. Liebovitz, Nichole R. Klatt, Courtney Broedlow, Katrina M. Hartman, Jacinda Nicklas, Sherehan Ibrahim, Adnin Zaman, Hanna Saveraid, Hrishikesh Belani, Nicholas IngrahamGrace Christensen, Lianne Siegel, Nancy E. Sherwood, Regina Fricton, Sam Lee, David J. Odde, John B. Buse, Jared D. Huling

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