Sorry, where's the contrarian view there? Vaccinated people have a lower risk of being infected....that's what we've been saying all along!The well educated among us know that you don't have to look to far to hear contrary viewpoints such as those expressed recently by the "uneducated" Professor McConkey and Dr De Gascun, never mind the recent article published in the Lancet which found that:
"People who have two doses of vaccine have a lower, but still appreciable risk, of becoming infected within the Delta variant." and also that
"Peak viral load is similar in the vaccinated and unvaccinated which may explain why they can readily pass on the virus in household and indoor settings.
There's absolutely nothing new there, but perhaps you can now answer your earlier question:
Maybe you can explain to the simpletons, who aren't gifted with your intellect , why a vaccinated person infected with SARs COV2 , can legitimately enter a pub but a non infected unvaccinated person can't ?