Israel’s Health Ministry Monday revealed that it instituted sweeping vaccine and mask mandates even though it had no record of any COVID-19 deaths among the young and healthy population.

Proudly referred to as “the lab for Pfizer” among its officials, Israel was the first country to experiment with the COVID-19 vaccines which provided the data for other countries to then roll out their own vaccination campaigns.

Israel was also among the first to implement harsh vaccine mandates for nearly all age groups, adding to a mask mandate which police violently enforced. This was justified with daily reports from the Health Ministry showing thousands of deaths among all adult age groups.

But in response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from attorney Oren Shabi, Israel’s Health Ministry admitted Monday it has no record of deaths among those 18-49 with no comorbidities.

“Among COVID-19 deaths on which epidemiological research was conducted and comorbidities were disclosed, there are 0 recorded deaths among ages 18-49 with no comorbidities,” said the ministry.

Many Israelis within that population were nevertheless forced to take the injections, which were then tied to a sudden increase in cardiac events.

A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study of young, healthy Israelis from the  last year, found that the advent of the COVID-19 vaccine saw a 25% increase in cardiovascular events.

MIT researchers studied emergency calls in Israel over a two-and-a-half-year period spanning 2019-2021. Specifically, they looked at emergency calls reporting either cardiac arrests [CA] or acute coronary syndrome [ACS] in the 16-39 age group.

The study also aimed to determine if the uptick in cardiovascular events was associated with COVID-19 or the COVID-19 vaccine. The findings showed that for the period of January–May 2021 there was a 25% increase in emergency cardiovascular events compared with the same period in 2019 and 2020, and entirely associated with the COVID-19 shot.

Israel’s Health Ministry vehemently denied there was any increase in cardiac arrests.

However, in the same letter to Shabi Monday in which he asked for cardiac arrest data from 2018-2022, the ministry revealed that it stopped recording cardiac arrest data in 2021.

MIT Professor Retsef Levi, who participated in the cardiac arrest study, took to Twitter to express his disbelief.

“Our paper found 25% increase in cardiac arrest ambulance calls of 16-39 yo in Jan-June ‘21,” he wrote. “Israel [Ministry of Health] consistently denied any increase & including in front of Israel parliament!

“Today responding to FOIA request by Ori Shabi, they admit they don’t have the data for 2021-22! Hope they were wrong only once, not twice :-)).”