Dangerous Delta COVID-19 Variant Infecting Vaccinated Adults In Israel


In an alarming new development, the particularly virulent delta variant of COVID-19 has infected some fully vaccinated adults in Israel, officials there have reported.

This is an encouraging sign that the Pfizer vaccine is effective against the delta variant, which has been spreading rapidly in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that people get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect themselves from the virus. Vaccination is especially important for those who are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, such as older adults and people with underlying health conditions.

The other half of the infected were adults, many of whom had underlying health conditions that made them more vulnerable to the virus. Balicer said that while some of these adults had been vaccinated, many had not yet received their shots. He noted that Israel has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world, but it is still not enough to protect everyone from infection.

This is a very concerning statistic, as the delta variant is more contagious and potentially more dangerous than other variants. It is important for people to take precautions such as wearing masks, social distancing, and avoiding large gatherings in order to prevent further spread of the virus. Vaccination is also key in helping to reduce the spread of the virus, so it is important for people to get vaccinated if they are eligible.


The government has also increased its contact tracing efforts and is now requiring all citizens to download a contact tracing app. Additionally, the government has implemented a nationwide curfew from 10pm to 5am and closed all non-essential businesses. Finally, the government has urged citizens to practice social distancing and avoid large gatherings.

The World Health Organization is urging everyone, even those who are fully vaccinated, to continue to take precautions against the spread of COVID-19. This includes wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing. The WHO also warns that the delta variant is the most transmissible form of the virus identified to date, so it is important for everyone to remain vigilant in order to protect themselves and others.

  • “People cannot feel safe just because they had the two doses. They still need to protect themselves,†Dr. Mariangela Simao, WHO assistant director-general for access to medicines, said at a news briefing in Geneva. “Vaccine alone won’t stop community transmission.â€
  • “People need to continue to use masks consistently, be in ventilated spaces, [use] hand hygiene … [practice] physical distance, avoid crowding.â€

The decision to delay the reopening of the country to individual tourists was made in response to a recent surge in coronavirus cases. The government had previously planned to reopen the country on July 1, but has now decided to wait until August 1st. The delay is intended to give health authorities more time to assess the situation and ensure that adequate safety measures are in place before allowing tourists into the country.

1. Practice social distancing and wear a mask when in public.
2. Avoid large gatherings and crowded places.
3. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
4. Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, using a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
5. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, such as doorknobs, tables, countertops, light switches, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
6. Stay home if you are feeling unwell or have any symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat or new loss of taste or smell.
7. Get tested for COVID-19 if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus or if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.
8. Follow the guidance from local health authorities on travel restrictions and quarantine requirements in your area

Bennett’s statement reflects the Israeli government’s commitment to taking proactive measures to protect its citizens from the Delta variant of COVID-19. The government is aiming to act quickly and decisively in order to prevent a more serious outbreak of the virus in the future. This includes implementing travel restrictions, increasing testing, and vaccinating as many people as possible.

Israel has been praised for its aggressive vaccination program, which has seen more than half of the population receive at least one dose of a vaccine. The country has also implemented strict lockdown measures and contact tracing to help contain the spread of the virus. However, despite these efforts, new cases have been rising in recent weeks as people become complacent with restrictions and begin to socialize more. Health officials are urging people to continue following safety protocols such as wearing masks and avoiding large gatherings in order to prevent a further surge in cases.

However, recent studies have shown that the delta variant is more transmissible and may be more resistant to vaccines than other variants. As a result, health officials are now warning that vaccinated people should still take precautions against the virus, such as wearing masks and avoiding large gatherings.

He said that the delta variant is more transmissible and could lead to an increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths if people don’t get vaccinated. He urged Americans to get their shots as soon as possible, saying that the vaccines are highly effective against the delta variant. He also noted that it’s important for people to continue wearing masks and practicing social distancing even after they’ve been vaccinated.

  • “It’s the unvaccinated people that we’re concerned about,†Fauci said in an interview Wednesday on NBC’s “Today†show. “They’ve got to start paying attention to it now because if they’re unvaccinated, they’re at risk.â€

It is estimated that the delta variant could become the dominant strain in the U.S. by late summer or early fall.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about the delta variant, urging people to get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect themselves from this more contagious and potentially more severe strain of the virus. The CDC also recommends that those who are unvaccinated take extra precautions such as wearing masks, avoiding large gatherings, and social distancing when around others. Vaccines are currently available for all adults in the U.S., so it is important to get vaccinated if you have not already done so.

This could lead to a new wave of infections and deaths, as well as the need for new vaccines or treatments.

  • “The delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U.S. to our attempt to eliminate COVID-19,†Fauci said.

The variant, known as B.1.1.7, was first identified in the United Kingdom in late 2020 and has since spread to more than 85 countries around the world. It is estimated to be up to 70% more transmissible than other variants of the virus, and has been linked to increased hospitalizations and deaths in some areas. In response, many countries have implemented travel restrictions and other measures to try to contain its spread.