Pfizer vaccine efficacy

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Medical personnel at Hadassah-University Medical Center is inoculated

59% decrease in new COVID cases over age 60 - new data

Deputy A-G says legislation needed to require teachers to take vaccines.

COVID-19: 0.54% of hospital staff caught virus 1-10 days after vaccination

Study calls on medical personnel not to dismiss post-vaccination symptoms

Only 0.25% of Israelis who received COVID vaccine had side effects

The rate at which side effects are being reported at is similar to that of other vaccinations routinely administered to the population.

A vial of the Pfizer vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is seen as medical staff are

19-year-old hospitalized in ICU days after receiving second Pfizer vaccine

It has still not been confirmed with certainty that the inflammation was developed as a side-effect to the vaccination

A nurse works in the new COVID-19 ICU for children at Hadassah-University Medical Center

Coronavirus: Should you vaccinate your child?

The Health Ministry said that 40% of new coronavirus cases are in youth under the age of 18.

Hadassah Medical Center medical staff member receives the second round of the Covid-19 vaccine, at t

At-risk children received COVID vaccine despite lack of data

The Health Ministry reportedly allowed children under 16 to receive the vaccine even if they are at risk for complications caused by the virus.


COVID-19 vaccine: No increased risk for allergy sufferers – doctors

The experts recommended that allergy sufferers do get vaccinated following the ministry’s guidelines.

COVID-19 vaccine: 13 out of nearly 2 mil. Israelis suffer facial paralysis

"It is important to note that this is something rare, and I don't want people to avoid getting vaccinated – it's important."

A vial of the Pfizer vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is seen as medical staff are

100 high-risk allergy patients to get COVID-19 vaccine at Sheba Friday

Until now, people with severe allergies were turned away from health clinics because they could have severe reactions to receiving a coronavirus vaccine

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