Giving It a Shot: The Israeli Expats Flying Home for a COVID-19 Vaccine

With Israel leading the way with its coronavirus vaccine rollout, Israelis overseas are returning to get inoculated – even though they know not everyone will welcome them with open arms

Danielle Ziri
Shachar Peled
New York/London
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Danielle Ziri
Shachar Peled
New York/London

NEW YORK/LONDON – As Israel’s COVID-19 vaccination blitz continues, Israelis overseas are returning home to get inoculated, leaving countries of residence where the vaccine remains scarce.

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