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COVID-19 vaccine doesn't affect IVF success rates - Israeli study

Sheba Medical Center researchers ultimately found no difference in the rate of pregnancy between the vaccinated and unvaccinated test groups.

Prior COVID offers less protection vs Omicron; mRNA booster shot efficacy declines within months

The immune response to COVID-19 helps protect against reinfection, but that protection is weaker against Omicron than it was against earlier variants of the coronavirus, according to new data.

By REUTERS
14/02/2022

Sputnik V shows higher Omicron-antibody levels than Pfizer - study

A joint Russian-Italian study compared the blood serum of people who had received the different vaccines.

By REUTERS
20/01/2022

COVID-19: Pfizer and Moderna prepare vaccine against Omicron

The CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna say they are preparing a booster targeting Omicron. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla is still unsure if there is a need for the fourth booster.

Pfizer vaccines saved millions of lives, but how good are they really?

The Jerusalem Post Health & Wellness Podcast with Maayan Hoffman and Rossella Tercatin

Merck's COVID-19 pill to arrive in Israel within two weeks

Molnupiravir received Emergency Use Authorization on Thursday evening in Israel. It is used to treat mild to moderate coronavirus in adults.

Vials with Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine labels are seen in thi

Pfizer says COVID-19 pill near 90% effective in final analysis

The company has said it can have 180,000 treatment courses ready to ship this year and plans to produce at least 80 million more in 2022.

By REUTERS
14/12/2021

Most reported US Omicron cases have hit the fully vaccinated -CDC

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that of the 43 cases attributed to the Omicron variant, 34 people had been fully vaccinated.

By REUTERS
10/12/2021

Booster reduces risk of COVID death by 90% among people 50+ – study

Among those who received a shot, a 90% reduction in COVID mortality was observed – 88% among men and 94% among women – compared to those who received only two doses.

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