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Israel, EU reach deal to mutually recognise vaccine certificates

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Published: 17 September 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Israel could approve vaccines for ages 5-11 by November; Biden Covid team sees vaccine efficacy waning in unpublished data from Israel

Israel, EU reach deal to mutually recognise vaccine certificates (Times of Israel)
Deal will give vaccinated travellers access to Green Pass programs to enter public venues, but will not allow entry to countries like Portugal that currently ban Israelis

Israel could approve vaccines for ages 5-11 by November (Haaretz)
If the move is approved, one of the most difficult consequences of the COVID pandemic – school closures – would no longer be an obstacle, bringing relief to children, parents and the economy

11% of Israeli kids who got virus now suffer from ‘long COVID’ – study (Times of Israel)
Health Ministry survey finds 30% of those with long-term effects have cognitive, mental health issues, but cautions these can also be attributed to lockdowns, school closures, war

Biden Covid team sees vaccine efficacy waning in unpublished data from Israel (Politico)
The data, which is set to be made public as soon as this week, shows that the Pfizer vaccine’s ability to prevent severe disease and hospitalization is waning over time.

Photo: Travellers at the Ben Gurion International Airport on September 13 (Nati Shohat/FLASH90)

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