PSAKI: "Well, I would say that’s not a characterization we're making from here. We certainly understand there will be breakthrough cases. Even vaccines that are incredibly effective are not foolproof. They’re, not a 100 percent effective we’ve seen. Here’s the good news though. We know that these vaccines -- that these individuals, I think, if I’m correct, have have been vaccinated. It means that protects from death, it protects from serious illness, it protects for the most part from hospitalization. So that is a good time."