December 8, 2022

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About 240 Israelis infected  after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

About 240 Israelis infected  after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

About 240 Israelis infected  after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. “Russia Today” (RT) quoted local Israeli media sources on the 1st as saying that after being vaccinated with the vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. and the German Biotech Company, approximately 240 Israelis were diagnosed with COVID-19.

About 240 Israelis infected  after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

 

RT: Hundreds of Israelis were infected with COVID-19 after being vaccinated with the vaccine jointly produced by Pfizer and Biotech. RT: Several hundred Israelis were infected with COVID-19 after being vaccinated with the vaccine jointly produced by Pfizer and Biotech.

The article said that Pfizer vaccine requires two injections. Therefore, some people urged that even after the first injection, vaccinators should be more careful during the nearly one month required for the two injections.

According to the report, Israel is currently undergoing a large-scale vaccination project, and more than 1 million people (accounting for nearly 12% of the total population) have been vaccinated with a vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer and new biotechnology.

According to RT, about one in 1,000 vaccinators experienced mild side effects, including weakness, dizziness, and fever, as well as pain, swelling and redness at the injection site. The local health department said dozens of them needed medical treatment after vaccination.

The report also mentioned that since Israel started vaccination on December 20, at least four people have died shortly after vaccination. However, the health department said that the three deaths had nothing to do with the vaccine. The fourth case was an 88-year-old man with underlying diseases. The cause of death is currently under investigation.

 

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