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Israel, the Most Vaccinated Country in the World, Has a Ticking COVID Time Bomb

Israel's vaccine data is impressive, but it will pay a hefty price for not vaccinating West Bank Palestinians – living under its control – against coronavirus

Ronny Linder
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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla does not update his Twitter account very often, but he sent out a celebratory tweet last week after inking a deal with Israel. “Pfizer and governments around the world are working on longer-term pandemic preparedness. Today we signed our first 2022 government agreement with Israel to supply millions of doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine with the option to purchase millions of additional doses,” he tweeted.

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