Israel government gives the OK for mandatory booster shots starting August 1st 2021!

As Israel continues to register a high number of daily cases, the Health Ministry opens up third vaccine shot for immunocompromised patients.
A new shipment of Pfizer vaccines will be delivered on August 1 instead of September, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced Sunday.
All the current supply of vaccines Israel possesses is due to expire on July 31. As a result, individuals under 18 were not supposed to be able to receive a first shot until new vaccines arrived, being that three weeks must elapse between the first and second shots.
Israel currently has some 200,000 doses of Moderna, which are only authorized for adults.
However, thanks to the new deal, the vaccination campaign will continue.
“We have been working on the issue of vaccines for several weeks,” Bennett said. “This morning, I am pleased to announce that after a series of discussions with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, we closed a deal last night to move up the next vaccination delivery to August 1.”

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