Israel Leads By Giving Vaccinations against Coronavirus Over 1 Million People
Numerous People around the World Are In Approval for Receiving the Antidote Despite Skepticism
The government of Israel has been able to provide vaccinations against coronavirus to more than 1 million individuals across the country, which has now become the highest rating around the world, at the initiation of global immunization program has stepped up their efforts to eradicate the COVID-19 viral infection as soon as possible.
The rate of vaccinations against coronavirus has reached 11.55 doses per 100 people in Israel, which is currently followed by Bahrain with a rate of 3.49 and the United Kingdom is working at the rate of 1.47.
In comparison with the other countries, the government of France has only been able to provide vaccinations against coronavirus to only 138 individuals across the nation by December 30, 2020. Due to the coronavirus infection, around the world, more than 1.8 million have died after being diagnosed with the deadly viral infection.
Most of the vaccinations against coronavirus that have been developed by various pharmaceutical firms and have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration require two dosages with the interval of more than a week between them.
The United States has fallen behind their target for vaccinations against coronavirus of 20 million individuals by the end of the year 2020, although across the country only around 2.78 million people have been able to receive the vaccine dosage by December 30, 2020.
Meanwhile, in the South-East Asian country India, the drilling stage for the for rolling out the vaccinations against coronavirus as they were able to gain their approval ahead of the previously scheduled timeline of next week by the national regulatory authority.
Israel ahead of the timeline
The vaccinations against coronavirus by Israel have been started on December 19 and are currently providing dosages to around 150,000 individuals per day, and the priority is usually being provided to older people above the age of 60 years, along with healthcare working staff and individuals with a compromised immune system.
The country was able to secure the dosage vials of vaccinations against coronavirus developed by the collaboration of Pfizer and BioNTech following the negotiations in the early time period in the COVID-19 pandemic.
They are contacting individuals with prioritizing access to the vaccine with the help of its health care system, and according to the law, all residents of the country should be registered with the healthcare providing system.
The government of Israel has been able to subdivide their shipment of vaccinations against coronavirus, and stored at an optimum temperature of -70C during the cold chain transport procedure. To provide the vaccinations to the rural areas of the country, the shipment is sent in a small number of dosages.
The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, who is currently working on a re-election campaigning, has predicted that the country of Israel could be able to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic as early as February 2021. The nation is currently in its third nationwide lockdown since the start of the pandemic in the early few weeks of the year 2020.
In the initial three days of the campaign for vaccinations against coronavirus, which has been initiated on December 27, and the government of France has only been able to vaccinate less than 100 individuals throughout the country. Meanwhile, Germany has been able to provide dosages to more than 130,000 individuals by the end of the month of December.
The European Union efforts to provide vaccinations against coronavirus to the general population have been much slower than the United Kingdom and United States regarding authorization of the COVID-19 antidote.
According to the European Medicines Agency, the European Union 27 member states have provided their approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on December 21, compared to other approval dates of the United Kingdom on December 2nd and December 11 of the United States.
One of the reasons behind the slow supply of the vaccinations against coronavirus is due to the widespread doubts and skepticism regarding the vaccine. During a poll that involved people from 15 countries, around 40% response from the residents of France agreed to receive the shot for the viable coronavirus vaccine despite the spreading of negative rumors regarding the antidote.
In comparison, 80% response from China, 69% from the United States and 77% from the United Kingdom were in approval for getting the vaccine.