Analysis |

The Achilles’ Heel in Israel’s Record-breaking Vaccine Drive

Amos Harel
Send in e-mailSend in e-mail
Send in e-mailSend in e-mail
Amos Harel

Israel's success in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in the new year that starts today, depends at present largely on one factor: the number of vaccine doses that will arrive in the country during January.

At the present rate, nearly a million people, 11 percent of the population, will have been vaccinated by the end of this week – a world record. At the same time, about four million doses, enough to vaccinate two million people with a gap of three weeks between the two inoculations, need to be available in Israel at this time.

Click the alert icon to follow topics:

Comments