The advisory panel’s transfer, which adopted a call by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to expand Israel’s booster marketing campaign, needs to be permitted by the Health Ministry’s director.
After a successful vaccination marketing campaign launched in late 2020 in which around 60% of the inhabitants have received two photographs of the Pfizer vaccine, new daily cases dropped from more than 10,000 in January to single digits in June.
But at least two major health providers have already stated they would start on Friday to schedule appointments for folks in the 50-59 age group to get a third dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine
But with the spread of the Delta variant throughout the globe, new infections jumped in Israel, reaching 5,946 on Monday, and severe sickness have been increasing as well.
Israelis aged 60 and up started receiving the booster two weeks ago, effectively turning Israel into a testing ground before any third-dose approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. More than 700,000 seniors in Israel have received their third shot.
Bennett said in a statement late on Thursday ,“I commend the team of experts on treating pandemics for making the right decision for the health of the citizens of Israel”. “I call on everyone over 50 to get in line tomorrow morning. Go get vaccinated.”
A preliminary survey has proven that most individual people who acquired a third vaccine dose felt similar or fewer side effects than they did after receiving the second shot.