Why Vaccinations Are Important
A medic in a coronavirus ward at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem (courtesy of Hadassah Medical Center)
Times Of Israel:
Full effects of Pfizer’s shots only kick in around a month after inoculation, but data from Israel shows there is a stark drop in infections even before that point
Vaccines are quickly averting serious cases of COVID-19 among the most vulnerable members of society, an Israeli healthcare provider has indicated.
The full effects of Pfizer’s vaccine are only slated to kick in around a month after the first shot, but data from Israel, home to the world’s fastest vaccination drive, has already shown that there is a stark drop in infections even before this point.
WNU Editor: These results look very promising. They certainly give hope that progress against this pandemic can be made.