JAMA Internal Medicine
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About The Study: The results of this study suggest that receipt of a fourth dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine conferred high protection against COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths among long-term care facility residents in Israel during a substantial Omicron variant surge but protection was modest against infection.
Authors: Khitam Muhsen, Ph.D., of Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel, is the corresponding author.
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