This article quotes two different major hospitals policies on allowing newly vaccinated individuals to visit immune compromised patients, such as those with cancer. One states that individuals who have received any vaccinations at all should not be permitted to visit immune compromised people. The other hospital specifically lists recent vaccination of oral polio, small pox, and flu as automatically disqualifying a person from visiting. And says that a person who has had MMR or Chicken Pox vaccinations, and has a rash, should not visit.
The article, Public Health Officials Know: Recently Vaccinated Individuals Spread Disease was published on CNBC on March 3, 20105