Israeli officials announced that the country has vaccinated 7% of the population against its COVID-19-nearly 647,000 people, more than any other country-according to the country’s Ministry of Health.
According to CNBC reports, the Israeli Ministry of Health vaccinated more people in the first 9 days after vaccination and praised the promotion of the vaccine.
“We are a world leader in providing and delivering vaccines. Israel is the world champion of vaccines, ranking first.” Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin NetanyahuBenjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu Said.
Jonathon Reiner, a professor of medicine and surgery at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Services, told CNN on Thursday that Israel’s successful distribution process may become a model for other countries seeking more effective promotion.
Israel is leading the world. Rainer said that their per capita vaccination rate is 15 times that of the United States, adding: “They have provided 20% of the vaccination for people over 60. It’s like we have been vaccinated. There are about 1,500. Thousands of Americans over 60.”
U.S. officials have expressed disappointment at the slower-than-expected pace of the U.S. launch of vaccines. Approximately 2 million people have at least one shot of a vaccine that requires two doses to be effective. Initially, the hope was to vaccinate 20 million people by the end of this year.
Although the figure of 2 million is expected to reflect some of the latest reports from the states, US officials said they no longer expect to reach the 20 million mark.
Eran Segal, a computational biologist at the Weehmann Institute of Science in Israel, said that although Israel’s population is roughly slightly larger than that of New Jersey, part of the country’s successful deployment is due in part to its centralized healthcare system .
“As a person who has lived in the United States for about ten years, I know that in the United States, the situation is more fragmented. Saigal told CNBC that there may be thousands of organizations.