Israel's Lessons and Warnings for the World, Two Months Into COVID Vaccine Drive

Initial findings in Israel, which have attracted worldwide attention, show that the coronavirus vaccinations work but that protection isn’t perfect

Ronny Linder
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Ronny Linder

Nearly two months have passed since Israel launched its coronavirus vaccination campaign to great fanfare. Israel has vaccinated a larger portion of its population than any other country.

More than 4 million Israelis have received at least their first shot of the Pfizer vaccine, and now we have the results of studies based on real-world findings on the efficiency of the vaccine on the country’s general population, rather than simply from Pfizer’s drug trials.

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