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At this point, it has been determined that 1) the vaccinated can get infected; and 2) the vaccinated can pass along the infection to others.

From this, a rational view is 1) getting vaccinated protects the vaccinated person only;


Your point “1” is incorrect.

Because vaccines usually activate an immune response fairly quickly, the time frame during which the vaccinated can transmit the virus is shortened. Consequently, the number of transmissions is smaller, thus reducing “r0”, which is the key factor in determining the rate of spread.
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