Benjamin Netanyahu Became The First Israeli To Get COVID 19 vaccine

“A Small Injection For A Man And A Giant Step For The Health Of Us All”- Netanyahu Said At The Event

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu becomes the first Israeli in the history to get COVID vaccine in Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Health Minister Yuli Edelstein received the first doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine in Israel at an event that was live-streamed across Israel as part of the campaign to encourage the public to get vaccinated without fear. “It’s a small shot for a person and a huge step toward the health of us all,” the prime minister said.

“This is a very big day for the State of Israel,” Netanyahu said before receiving the vaccine. “We have been experiencing for almost a year the worst pandemic that humanity has known in the last 100 years and this is the beginning of the exit. We have brought millions of vaccines to our little State of Israel and everyone needs to be vaccinated. I asked to be vaccinated first with [Health] Minister [Yuli] Edelstein to set a personal example.”

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According to the reports from the national media in Israel, On Sunday, President Reuven Rivlin will be vaccinated at Hadassah-University Medical Center, and coronavirus commissioner Prof. Nachman Ash at a Maccabi health clinic in Herzliya, along with thousands of medical professionals across Israel. This will be a giant step in tackling the covid 19 worldwide.

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