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Israel has become a sort of real-world experiment for combatting SARS-CoV-2 with mass vaccination. The eastern Mediterranean nation of over 9 million people is among the most inoculated against COVID-19 on the planet. With about 62% fully vaccinated, 90%+ of those in high-risk groups (middle-ages to the elderly), the nation faces unprecedented spikes in SARS-CoV-2 infections. The current wave surpasses all previous spikes during the pandemic. While deaths are not as high as previous spikes, viral transmission has never been higher, despite the implementation of the Green Pass System. This controversial program affords only Israelis classified as “immune” to COVID-19 or who can provide a recent COVID-19 negative test into spaces with lots of people (restaurants, gyms, and even synagogues). Yet the viral reproduction number or “R0 “used to identify if viral transmission wanes or grows now equals 1.01, which means that each infection in the country causes more than one new infection. Indicating a raging pandemic condition, this wasn’t supposed to happen with such pervasive immunization. While the United States press generally avoids the topic, real-world evidence in Israel indic...

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