Britons who stop following lockdown rules after receiving their jabs risk sabotaging the vaccination programme, experts have warned.
A subgroup of the Sage advisory panel said analysis suggests many will stop adhering to social distancing rules after they are inoculated.
Papers from the Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B), published last night, said the potential dangers were severe enough to ‘more than offset’ the benefits of mass vaccination.
Protection from Covid only kicks in about two weeks after the first vaccine dose is received.
It remains unclear whether the jabs stop infection, or merely prevent recipients from getting ill – which means those who have been vaccinated could pass the virus on without even knowing they have it.
This danger would diminish once more Britons have been inoculated – but experts stressed the importance of following the rules in the vaccination programme’s early weeks.
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