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Covid-19 vaccines for the youngest infants in Israel

The COVID vaccine for six-month-old and older kids will be reviewed by Israeli scientists this week. After the CDC authorized the COVID vaccine on Saturday, Israeli Health Ministry officials are expected to examine the possibility of vaccinating children beyond the age of six months with the vaccine. On Tuesday, the...

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Pending decision for Covid restrictions in Israel

As coronavirus infection rates rise, health regulators may approve the use of COVID-19 vaccinations for infants and preschoolers. One of the last remaining coronavirus prohibitions in Israel was abolished on April 24, bringing an end to a two-year period of restrictions. A decision will be made this week for possibly reinstating...

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Daily Covid-19 Infections Rising in Israel

According to the man in charge of Israel’s pandemic response, 15,000 to 20,000 new cases of COVID-19 may be expected every day. An indoor mask mandate could be reinstated in an effort to stem the spread of this disease. Infections are rapidly increasing. From 2,400 on June 6 to 7,661...

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New Monkeypox case in Israel

A 30-year-old man was diagnosed with monkeypox in Israel yesterday. This is the fifth victim of the disease, according to the Israeli Health Ministry. At the Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv, a patient experienced monkeypox-like symptoms and the disease was confirmed after the diagnosis. Monkeypox is a viral disease that...

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Third dose of Covid-19 vaccine for Israeli kids

Currently, most Israeli children have not gotten a coronavirus immunization. According to a letter to health care professionals released Tuesday, the Health Ministry recommends a third dosage of the coronavirus vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 three or more months after the second injection or after they have recovered...

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Best protection against BA.5

An Israeli hospital has determined that COVID-19-vaccinated and Omicron-infected patients are the most protected against the transmission of the BA.5 subvariant. A study conducted at Sheba Medical Center indicated that those who had both immunization and an Omicron infection produced the highest levels of BA.5 antibodies, as reported by Kan...

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Monkeypox in Israel

The fourth monkeypox case has been reported by Israel’s Ministry of Health. The Ministry of Health reported that a 28-year-old man who had indications of a viral illness had just returned from a trip overseas. According to the Ministry’s statement, a clinical sample verified the presence of monkeypox. Three 30-year-old men...

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No masks in Israel

According to Israel’s Health Minister, Prof. Nachman Ash, due to an increase in coronavirus infections, the country will not reinstall its indoor mask requirement. According to Ash, “We don’t know if this is the start of a new wave. Israel is not preparing a fifth shot. A week from now,...

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Huge mistake made in Israel

According to a top health expert quoted by the Hebrew-language Ynet website, Israel’s June decision to scrap its mask mandate was a huge error. Virus morbidity has increased, as evidenced by a R rate in Israel of 1.19. You should wear a face mask while using public transportation, according to Prof....

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