Study Finds More Than 25% Increase Emergency Cardiovascular Events in 16–39 Age Group During COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout in Israel

Study Finds More Than 25% Increase Emergency Cardiovascular Events in 16–39 Age Group During COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout in Israel


A recent study in Israel revealed more than a 25% increase in calls in Israel’s National Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) concerning emergency cardiovascular events in the 16 to 39 age group during the Covid-19 vaccination rollout.

The study analyzed all calls related to cardiac arrest (CA) and acute coronary syndrome (ACS) events from January 1st, 2019 to June 20th, 2021.

The findings showed more than a 25% increase in both cardiac arrest (CA) calls and acute coronary syndrome (ACS) calls of people in the 16–39 age group during the Covid-19 vaccination rollout in Israel (January–May 2021), as compared to 2019-2020.

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“Of the 30,262 cardiac arrests and 60,398 ACS calls included in the study population, 945 (3.1%) and 3945 (6.5%) calls were for patients of

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