The most dangerous aspect of SARs-COV-2 virus is its unpredictability. Some have mild, moderate or severe infections, while others have no symptoms at all. Therefore, during such unpredictable times, vaccinations are the only mode of protection against COVID-19. But if you are vaccinated, it is important to remember that vaccines can provide you with a certain level of protection and can avoid severe infections and hospitalization. However, it does not make you less susceptible to the virus and you can still contract the illness and transmit it to others, especially the most vulnerable people in the society.
That said, the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday, issued new guidelines, stating what vaccinated people can and cannot do post-vaccination.