October 18, 2021

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Israel started booster shot (3rd dose) of COVID-19 Vaccine for age over 40

Israel started booster shot (3rd dose) of COVID-19 Vaccine for age over 40. 

 

 

 

Israel started booster shot (3rd dose) of COVID-19 Vaccine for age over 40.  Israel comprehensively promotes third dose for nationals over 40 years old, Prime Minister has received.

 

Israel started booster shot (3rd dose) of COVID-19 Vaccine for age over 40
Israel comenzó a inmunizar con la tercera dosis a los mayores de 40 años: se vacunó el primer ministro Naftali Bennett-Infobae

 


In order to more effectively suppress the spread of the COVID-19 pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) Delta variant strain, Israel is currently promoting the third dose (Pfizer)/BNT vaccine for citizens over 40 years old, the 49-year-old Israeli Prime Minister’s class Naftali Bennett also went to vaccination today (20).

“Reuters” reported that the Israeli Ministry of Health announced on Friday that it will begin to give the second dose of vaccine to people who are at least 5 months old and have reached the age of 40 to receive the third dose; Teachers, elderly care workers, nursing practitioners and pregnant women shouted, hoping that they would be vaccinated actively.

Bennett wrote on Twitter, “If you go for the third dose, then we can avoid falling into the fourth wave of blockade.”

Studies have shown that the Pfizer/BNT vaccine is effective in preventing severe illness, but when it is against the Delta variant, the protection has declined. However, according to Israeli health officials, they have found that the infection rate has been reduced after the third dose is promoted. The initial signs.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has previously stated that according to data, the third dose of vaccine is not necessary. The top priority should be to fully vaccinate poor people in various countries before considering additional vaccines.

However, the WHO’s call has not received much response. The United States has announced that it will provide “enhancing agents” to all citizens, and Canada, France, and Germany have also announced similar policies.

 

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