The Israeli Ministry of Health's (MoH) dashboard presents the statistical picture of COVID in Israel since the beginning of the outbreak. Among the most critical pieces of data, the dashboard shows the number of daily infections (normalized to per 100 thousand) according to vaccination status.
This data is relevant in assessing what effect vaccination has on testing positive, which obviously has major public health implications.
In the past, the data on the dashboard consistently showed that the unvaccinated were getting infected at a higher rate than the vaccinated – something that would be expected if the vaccine prevented infection.
Below is a snapshot of the dashboard taken on April 28, 2022, via web.archive.org. The graph depicts daily infections for those over 60-years-old.
The blue line represents the unvaccinated who tested positive, dark green represents the 'up-to-date' vaccinated, and the light green line is of the vaccinated who are not 'up-to-date'.
The data showed that since January 2022 the unvaccinated were regularly testing positive for COVID at a higher rate than the unvaccinated (light blue line is above the others).
It was this 'fact' that led to accusations claiming it was the unvaccinated who were spreading the virus. And was used to justify numerous coercive measures against the unvaccinated including longer isolation requirements, restricting access to public places, and loss of employment – in order to reduce the spread of COVID
Now the Ministry of Heath 'updated' their site's dashboard to show the exact opposite was true. The vaccinated were testing positive at higher rates.
See the graph below showing the dark green line (representing the fully vaccinated) consistently above the unvaccinated (light blue line)
Source: https://datadashboard.health.gov.il/COVID-19/general (on May 25)
While both graphs show a three-month history, the current snapshot is taken about one month later on May 25th, so the graph begins at the end of February, instead of the end of January like the graph taken on April 28th.
Regardless, when comparing the exact dates, the revised data of the MoH shows that the fully vaccinated were testing positive at a higher rate than the unvaccinated. This is consistent with other studies showing negative effectiveness, and data from several other countries as documented, in AFLDS' Frontline Pedia.
This latest revelation that the MoH's published data was incorrect for months, and was used to justify the violation of basic human rights, comes as part of a string of dubious acts on the part of the Ministry.
During the second lockdown, the MoH claimed that Israeli hospitals were overcrowded and beyond capacity, leading them to cancel elective medical procedures, and tighten restrictions. Later, after an investigative report that revealed hospitals were nowhere near capacity, the MoH scrubbed the false data from their dashboard.
The Israeli MoH refused numerous requests for information, particularly about possible damage from that vaccination campaign, including the vaccination status of pregnant women who suffered miscarriages, and other pregnancy complications.
When the Ministry touted the safety of the booster shot on Facebook, thousands of people commented by sharing their own adverse reactions. The Ministry subsequently deleted hundreds of those comments.
The objectivity of Israel’s Health Ministry regarding Pfizer has been called into question since Pfizer became the healthcare system's largest donor in 2017, donating over US $110 million during the last four years 2017-2021.