This country is the first to say 'No More Masks' at Public Place
Israel on Monday tied up with Pfizer and Moderna to buy millions of additional vaccine doses in 2022.
New Delhi: While the news of vaccine and medicine crisis in India, Israel is moving towards no mask at public place.
In a world battling (Coronavirus), Israel has become a country where it is no longer necessary for people to wear masks. Israel is now gearing up to buy the Coronavirus Vaccine for 2022 to get freedom from masks. Israel on Monday tied up with Pfizer and Moderna to buy millions of additional vaccine doses in 2022. Under this agreement, Israel also has the option to buy another batch of vaccines.
Corona Free Israel:
However, it is yet to be ascertained how many doses of the vaccine will be purchased from which company. But according to local media reports, Israel has agreed to buy 18 million vaccine doses from both companies. In addition, it will also have the option to buy millions of other doses. Earlier, it was reported that Israel was going to buy 36 million doses of the vaccine. It was reported that most of the purchases are going to be made from Pfizer.
Lockdown won't reimpose in Israel: Netanyahu
Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday, "There are some obstacles in Israel that we have to overcome and we have found a way to overcome them." Israel will once again lead the world in the fight against the coronavirus, he said.
There will be no more lockdowns, we're out of it. Pfizer CEO Albert Borla also announced the deal, saying governments around the world are working on long-term preparations for corona and Israel is at the forefront of this direction.
$460 million agreement signed:
According to the vaccine deal, vaccine doses that will be supplied to Israel can also be replaced according to each variant. According to channel 12 reports, the deal is worth $460 million (about Rs 343 crore). Country Health Minister Yuli Edelstein I am glad that despite unnecessary political difficulties, we have reached an agreement with Pfizer.
Israel wants to occupy top in terms of vaccination:
Israeli Health Ministry Director General Cheji Levy has said Israel has enough vaccines to give doses to people without vaccination. However, he emphasized that Israel needs a constant supply of the vaccine and wants to stand at the forefront of the world in terms of vaccination. It is reported that an additional dose of the vaccine will be given to children as soon as they qualify for it.