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Israel to let tour groups in for first time since pandemic began

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Published: 16 April 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Likud, Blue and White trade blame as 700,000 doses of Pfizer's vaccine meant for Israel are delayed; Fauci says Israeli study on vaccine effectiveness is misleading

Israel to let tour groups in for 1st time since pandemic began, starting May 23 (Times of Israel)
‘It’s time Israel’s unique advantage as a safe and healthy country starts to assist’ in the recovery of its economy, says tourism minister; PCR and antibody tests required

Why are 700,000 doses of Pfizer's vaccine meant for Israel being held up? (Haaretz)
The country's most critical business deals are currently being handled as if it were a dysfunctional neighbourhood grocery

Likud, Blue and White trade blame as further vaccine purchases held up (Times of Israel)
Netanyahu’s party accuses Gantz of wanting to ‘bring back the lockdowns’; Gantz says he’ll approve deal if PM stops blocking appointment of permanent justice minister

Fauci: Israeli COVID-19 study misleading on vaccine effectiveness (Jerusalem Post)
Fauci explained that the while the South African variant can break through the vaccines, they are still effective at preventing serious illness and death.


Inside a ‘world-class experiment’ in vaccine passports (UK Telegraph/SMH)

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