VIDEO: Netanyahu welcomes Pfizer vaccine delivery one day early

MENA

Published: 2020-12-09 11:09

Last Updated: 2024-04-14 16:49


VIDEO: Netanyahu welcomes Pfizer vaccine delivery one day early
VIDEO: Netanyahu welcomes Pfizer vaccine delivery one day early

Wednesday, the first aircraft carrying the four million doses of the Pfizer vaccine landed at Ben Gurion Airport one day early and was welcomed by Israeli Occupier Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Sources claim that Netanyahu will most likely be the first to receive the vaccine.

Surprisingly, the delivery came a day early via a DHL aircraft, and the Israeli Occupation beat their US allies in receiving the Pfizer vaccine, which is produced in the US.

More vaccines are set to arrive to the occupation later this week, according to Maan News.

The vaccines will be quickly transported to the ‘Teva’ freezing farms in Shoham, where they will be stored at minus 70 degrees.

The vaccination campaign will start with medical teams working in hospitals and then move to health institutions, which will allow the public to be vaccinated in designated centers or clinics.

To encourage the public to vaccinate themselves, the Israeli Occupation is working on providing incentives for those who undergo inoculation, including benefits such as exemption from quarantine and free entry to hotels and gyms, cultural institutions and sporting events.

This came following concerns from Israeli Occupation officials who displayed concerns amid public fear of receiving the vaccines, noting that a swift vaccination program may spark further fear within the general public.

The Israeli Occupation has recorded a total of 348,968 COVID-19 cases and 2,931 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, with 14,905 active cases.


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