Israel is at the moment #1 in the world in vaccinations per capita. How did they do it and what could other countries learn from them?
Some 60% of Israel's population has been vaccinated, by far the highest percentage in the world. And the magic has started to work: deaths, hospitalisations, and COVID cases have started to decline significantly. How did Israel do it and what can the rest of us learn from their experience?
Join us to learn first-hand from those on the front who have been responsible for Israel’s impressive success. Leading officials of its largest hospital; most renowned research institute; largest HMO and Health Ministry.
You will also hear global perspectives on sensitive topics such as “Vaccine Nationalism” from the WHO and about how concrete incentives could significantly increase vaccine capacity from the President of IFO, Germany's most influential economic think-tank.
Prof. Arnon Afek
Associate Director General of Sheba Medical Center (Israel's leading hospital)
Former Director General, Israel's Ministry of Health
Prof. Ran Balicer
Director of Innovation and Health Policy Planning for Clait - Israel's largest healthcare organization (HMO)
Advisor to the WHO
Public Health Professor at Israel's Ben-Gurion University
Dr. Rizan Sakhnini
Deputy district physician and the Northern district Pediatrician, Maccabi Healthcare Services
Prof. Roee Ozeri
Vice President for Resource Development and Public Affairs, Weizmann Institute