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This Is Israeli COVID Anti-vaxxers’ Most Crooked, Toxic Claim

Proselytizing anti-vaxxers, a vocal minority in Israel, make many spurious and damaging claims, but one fallacy about the pandemic and the COVID vaccine stands head and shoulders above the rest

Dahlia Scheindlin
Dahlia Scheindlin
Dahlia Scheindlin
Dahlia Scheindlin

Israel’s summer-long struggle against the virulent delta version of COVID has strained tempers and resources, and cost approximately 1,000 lives in the past six weeks alone. Like some other Western countries, one of Israel’s chief obstacles in the fight against COVID is citizens who decline to be vaccinated.

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