The first-dose vaccine vaccine for those over 60 years of age in Israel on Sunday. Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett announced the turning point with an announcement on TV: Israel, which has focused above all on the Pfizer vaccine, has introduced the vaccine as the third country in the world in a panorama characterized by delta variation. “Call your parents and grandparents and make sure they get a third dose”, the chief said. “Vaccines prove to be healthy and they protect against serious illness and death. In this case, what happens with the flu vaccine needs to be repeated from time to time,” he added.
In Israel, people over the age of 60 who received the second dose at least 5 months ago will be given a third dose: “This will give your body a much stronger protection. Take the third dose and take care of yourself and your loved ones,” says the Prime Minister. President Isaac Herzog will receive the third dose early Friday morning, 2 days before the start of the campaign, reports the Harrets newspaper. “There is a race between vaccines and infection,” says the Prime Minister, highlighting the need to increase the number of people vaccinated to avoid new restrictions. The turning point comes a few hours later in the opinion of experts who recommended the administration of a third dose for the elderly. Today, however, the 60-year limit is limited.
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