Israel fighting record breaking surge in Covid-19 cases despite high levels of vaccination

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    One of the most vaccinated countries on Earth has this week seen its highest number of coronavirus cases ever.
    Israel, the poster child for vaccination, recorded more new Covid-19 infections on Wednesday than at the peak of its second wave when few in the country of nine million were even jabbed.

    The nation – wholly dependent on Pfizer – has a rolling average of 9300 daily cases. Where it once broke vaccination records, Israel has now broken a grim new record – the country with the highest seven day average of new cases per million.

    Infectious diseases experts have said Israel may prove that the effectiveness of vaccines do indeed wane over time.

    “This is a very clear warning sign for the rest of the world,” Dr Ran Balicer of Clalit Health Services, one of Israel’s main healthcare providers, told Science magazine last month

    “If it can happen here, it can probably happen everywhere.”

    However, the country’s politicians are insistent no new lockdown will be introduced and have pointed out that despite the surge in cases, serious illness and death among vaccinated Israelis remains low.

    A medic holds up a vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a centre at the Atid al-Najah High School for the Sciences in Taibeh, northern Israel. Picture: Jack Guez/AFP
     

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    Probably New Zealand they already bent the curve again, from 82 few days ago yesterday 32 and today 22 seems cases are dropping there. New Zealand locked down when they found one case of covid.

    Australia is not so good. there cases are rising, they locked-down several days later when they found one case of covid .
     
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    Probably New Zealand they already bent the curve again, from 82 few days ago yesterday 32 and today 22 seems cases are dropping there.
    They too wont be able to afford emergency lockdowns to keep bending curves forever.. We're doomed if vaccinations turn out to be ineffective in the long run
     

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    They too wont be able to afford emergency lockdowns to keep bending curves forever.. We're doomed if vaccinations turn out to be ineffective in the long run
    even we all get vaccinated it is going to be doom for us the next decade machan. trust me. sri lanka is not going to be the same at least till 2025. even then economic growth is going to be slow.
     

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    Israel, once a front-runner in the global race to move on from Covid-19, is now one of the world’s biggest pandemic hot spots.

    The country that was once predicted to be the first to vaccinate its entire population had the highest per-capita caseload of anywhere in the week through Sept. 4, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Its world-beating inoculation rate, meanwhile, has tumbled down


    The nation of 9 million became the test case for reopening society and the economy in April when much of Europe and the U.S
     

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    Israel, once a front-runner in the global race to move on from Covid-19, is now one of the world’s biggest pandemic hot spots.

    The country that was once predicted to be the first to vaccinate its entire population had the highest per-capita caseload of anywhere in the week through Sept. 4, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Its world-beating inoculation rate, meanwhile, has tumbled down


    The nation of 9 million became the test case for reopening society and the economy in April when much of Europe and the U.S
    Loketa parakase gedarata maragathe LOL Israel euntawath nati amaruwak ublata tiyenne 😂

    I showed this tread to my IsraelIan friends there were laughing 😂 mun anunge ratawal hoyanne apayaka idan adu kule eunge hati tama
    ------ Post added on Sep 7, 2021 at 6:39 PM
     
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