by Adan Salazar

‘Palestine: 8.2% of the population is fully vaccinated. Israel: 62% of the population is fully vaccinated. Guess which one is doing better?’

Data out of Israel shows a large Covid outbreak despite more than half the country being fully vaccinated.

At the same time cases and deaths are declining in the neighboring Palestinian territory, which has an extremely low vaccination rate.

The data was catalogued by Naturopathic doctor Suneil Jain, who broke down the bizarre anomaly on social media Wednesday.

“Palestine: 8.2% of the population is fully vaccinated. Israel: 62% of the population is fully vaccinated. Guess which one is doing better?” Jain asked his followers.

Jain pointed to numerous graphs from OurWorldInData.org comparing recent vaccination rates and Covid cases in the two nations, with a consistent theme being Palestine’s lower Covid rates in spite of very few being fully vaccinated.

Share of people vaccinated against Covid-19, July 30, 2021


Covid-19 vaccine doses administered


Daily new confirmed Covid-19 cases per million people


Share of the population fully vaccinated against Covid-19


Daily new confirmed Covid-19 cases

The data correlates with stats seen in Gibraltar and Iceland last month, where Covid cases unexpectedly spiked, despite over 90 percent of the populations being fully vaccinated.

While the vaccine continues to be pushed worldwide, data suggests the vaccines could not only be ineffective, but that they could be driving new Covid surges.