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Pfizer and PM Bennett discuss potential vaccine swap deals

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Published: 6 July 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Israel has 1.4m doses which are due to expire at the end of July; government set to impose fresh restrictions as Covid cases rise, 90% of them Delta variant

Pfizer's Bourla, PM Bennett talk potential COVID vaccine swap deals (Jerusalem Post)
Israel currently has a supply of about 1.4 million vaccine doses, which are due to expire at the end of July

Vaccine champ on Israel’s latest challenge: over 90% of its Covid cases are Delta (Haaretz)
Still, experts are optimistic despite the country's Achilles' heel: a porous Ben-Gurion International Airport

Government set to impose fresh restrictions as COVID cases rise (Times of Israel)
Ministers to reportedly mull caps on gatherings, reintroducing ‘Green Pass’ in limited format, requiring parents of infected kids to enter quarantine

Israel's Bennett, Pfizer CEO discuss swapping expiring Covid vaccines with other countries (Haaretz)
Israeli prime minister has held several talks with Albert Bourla in the past few days, his office says, amid talks to offload expiring vaccine doses

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