As more people shed their masks, confident that they are protected by COVID-19 vaccines, some folks are being left behind in the rush back to normal life. People with immune systems compromised by cancer treatment, organ transplants and drugs for chronic immune disorders, may not respond well to the shots.

That means they still need to take precautions. They’re also relying on the rest of us to get vaccinated in order to reach the elusive goal of herd immunity — which means vaccination levels are high enough to shield the most vulnerable from exposure and infection.

If you’re among the nearly 10 million people in the U.S. who might fall into this category, we’d love to hear from you. Please share a few details about how you’re coping, along with contact information if you’re willing to be included in a story.

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