House Speaker Nancy Pelosi receives a Covid-19 vaccination shot in her office on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on December 18, 2020. | Anna Moneymaker/AFP via Getty Images
Just because you got a Covid-19 vaccine doesn’t mean you’re invulnerable to reckless behavior.
Can you still get Covid-19 after getting a vaccine? And can you still spread the virus that causes it to other people? As more Americans begin the process of vaccination, how much protection each dose provides in the real world is being put to the test.
At least three Democratic members of the House of Representatives recently found out the hard way. They were sheltering for hours with Republican colleagues who refused to wear masks during the Capitol riots on January 6 and later tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. Their experience suggests that one dose
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