Study: Vaccines saved nearly 20,000 Israelis from death

 Study: vaccines saved almost 20,000 Israelis from death

Professor Itamar Grotto, former Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health, conducted a study that showed that about 20,000 lives in Israel were saved thanks to vaccines.

Arutz Sheva reports.

Itamar Grotto studied a study conducted by the European Center for Disease Control (ECDC), which showed that since the beginning of vaccination in Europe, the lives of many adults have been saved with the help of vaccinations.

“The analysis that I have done on the basis of mortality data in Israel in all age groups and according to the model published in the article shows that from January 1, 2021 to January 19, 2022 year (in all age groups) 4989 people died, and that without vaccines 24 661 people would have died. That is, during this period, vaccines prevented 19,672 deaths,” Grotto explained.

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