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No, the Israeli numbers don’t disprove vaccine efficacy

Dr. Hibbert, Dr. Nick, and Simpson’s paradox

Last week, the anti-vaccine movement latched onto some scary reports out of Israel:

OMG, we’re doomed! (Source)

Over half of the new daily cases in the country are in vaccinated people! Insanity! This has got to mean that the vaccine doesn’t work, right? These shots are all just been some bizarre…

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