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While Israel Is Still Far From COVID Herd Immunity, the Army Is About to Make History

The IDF is expected to become the first organization in the world to reach 85 percent fully vaccinated or recovered. Meanwhile, Israel faces the great Purim test

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel

By the end of the week, more than half of Israelis will have been inoculated with at least the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. A full 36 percent have already received both doses. Some 72 percent of the over-16 population have been vaccinated or soon will be.

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