Israel releases data-sharing deal with Pfizer

Israel has secured a significant stock of coronavirus vaccines partly by pledging to share product impact data quickly, an agreement between the country and Pfizer seen by AFP on Monday indicates. The Jewish state has given one jab of the two required Pfizer-BioNTech injections to more than two million people, a pace widely described as the world’s fastest, while several wealthier nations continue to struggle with vaccine supply. Israel, which experts say has one of the world’s most sophisticated medical databases, has not concealed the fact that it agreed to share data with US-German pharma a…

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