1 in 500 US residents has died from Covid-19 Revolutionary cases occur when a person tests positive for Covid-19 at least 14 days after being fully vaccinated, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Such infections can cause illness with symptoms, and some people may not have any symptoms. Research has shown that if people are infected after vaccination, they usually contract a milder case.Between early April and mid-April July - as the Delta variant gained dominance - fully vaccinated people accounted for 8% of all Covid-19 cases, 8% of hospitalizations and 9% of deaths, according to a study CDC publinked this month. And Candace Ayers was especially vulnerable because she was older and had an underlying health problem. According to the CDC data . Expect a bumpy ride this week when FDA advisers consider Covid-19 booster shots The Ayers family are struggling to deal with Candace's death and wanted to try and inspire others to get vaccinated and wear masks, Marc Ayers said. The daily sharing of Covid-19 death figures around the world in his obituary aimed to makepeople think about it, he said. This was to illustrate that it is not just a limited problem in the United States, but that it has a global impact. Ayers said. “My mom was a fighter. She kept fighting and fighting and fighting. We wanted to send a point. The family has received positive and negative comments about the obituary, he said. It 's really wonderful to hear from friends and strangers regarding the obituary. Because of our history, said Ayers, people have told us they are getting the vaccine. Of course there are negative comments too, but the majority were positive. Correction: An earlier version of this story misrepresented the name of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. United. He also mischaracterized breakthrough infections. CNN's Deidre McPhillips and Aya Elamroussi contributed to this report.