‘It hit me like a wall’: This is what it’s like to have a breakthrough case of COVID-19 | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘It hit me like a wall’: This is what it’s like to have a breakthrough case of COVID-19

Unfortunately, as we all now know, it could. In the most recent tally, 6,373 Massachusetts residents have contracted so-called breakthrough cases of COVID-19 — an infinitesimal percentage of those who have been vaccinated but still a source of anxiety for many and heartbreak for the families of 91 who have died.

Though the vast majority of cases are mild, the uptick — sparked by the highly contagious Delta variant — has fueled new fears about a pandemic that some thought was behind them.

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