In this question:
Is a child with chickenpox who is vaccinated still contagious?, the now edited question asks
If a child is vaccinated for chickenpox but she gets the disease anyway, will her vaccination affect the likelihood of transmitting the disease to others?
Yes. Vaccination doesn't protect against being contagious or not
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So, it was answered confirming that infectivity is still present. I then added a link to provide the additional reference requested
if infection still results in disease, so called breakthrough infection
but my comment is rejected with
This edit deviates from the original intent of the post. Even edits that must make drastic changes should strive to preserve the goals of the post's owner.
So, in what world does the edit which adds the requested link deviate from the original intent?