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In an upcoming weekend interview, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reveals that he is in talks with Pfizer and Moderna for tens of millions of doses approved for kids.
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Ohioans who are 60 years and older will be included in the next phase of the state’s COVID-19 vaccination process, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said …
Carried out by Israel’s largest HMO in cooperation with Harvard University, the study of 1.2 million people shows that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 92 percent effective in preventing serious disease.
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New Israeli research bolsters emerging evidence that Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine protects both those immunized and those around them.
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Vaccination reduces the viral load in COVID-positive individuals by as much as 20 times, indicating that vaccination may also reduce transmission, say researchers.
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“This is an emotional closure for me,” says Albert Bourla, the son of Holocaust survivors from Thessaloniki.
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“This is very, very good news,” said Anat Ekka Zohar, Maccabi’s top vaccine statistics analyst.
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Experts weigh in on the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine’s effects and how Israel got to be #1 in vaccinations per capita.
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According to the agreement, the MoH will provide epidemiological info to the pharmaceutical giant in exchange for the ongoing delivery of the BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
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The Clalit Health Fund study, which involved the testing of 200,000 Israelis aged 60 and up, are in line with the pharmaceutical giant’s own research.
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