2022 vaccine deal with Pfizer: no shutdowns in Israel

2022 vaccine deal with Pfizer: no shutdowns in Israel


Israel management announced that it signed an agreement with Pfizer to purchase a new type of corona virus (Covid-19) vaccine in 2022.

With Israel Pfizer reached between Covid-19 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Health Minister Yuli Edelstein announced the vaccine agreement in a joint written statement.

Under the deal, Israel will purchase the Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer next year.

While no information was given about the amount and amount of the vaccine, the Israeli press wrote that millions of doses of vaccine will be received.

Modern Stating that he hopes to make an agreement with the Covid-19 vaccine supply, Netanyahu said, “Israel will lead the world in the fight against Covid-19 again. There will be no closure anymore.”

Israel, with a population of approximately 9.3 million, preferred the Covid-19 vaccine developed jointly by Pfizer and BioNTech companies.

CASE NUMBERS FALLED TO UNDER 200

In Israel, which is the country where the most vaccines are made in the world compared to its population, the first dose of the vaccine was given to 5 million 350 thousand people and the second dose to 4 million 977 thousand people.

According to the data of the Ministry of Health, the daily number of cases, based on 10 thousand in January 2021, has dropped below 200 in recent days.

Thanks to vaccination in Israel, Covid-19 measures were relaxed since February 21, and the obligation to wear masks in open areas was lifted yesterday.

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