COVID: Israel will Vaccinate Teens so They can Take the Exams.

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Israel is currently able to appear for trials by vaccinating children between the ages of 16 and 18 with the COVID-19 vaccine.

Israel boasts the fastest vaccine distribution rate in the world. Since December 19, Pfizer has been importing vaccines on a regular basis, giving more than 25% of its 9 million population at least one dose, Reuters said.

The COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Israel began with high-risk elderly people, but people over the age of 40 can now be vaccinated with jabs.

Israel hopes to begin resuming its economy in February.

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“Including children between the ages of 16 and 18 with parental permission,” a spokesman for the Ministry of Education said, “in order to return (to school) and take tests in an orderly manner,” the BBC said.

The nation has been under a third public lockdown since December 27. Critics state the government has manhandled the emergency, without an unmistakable long haul procedure and permitting legislative issues to cloud its choices.

Israel has recorded in excess of 596,000 cases and 4,392 deaths in COVID-19, as indicated by information gathered by Johns Hopkins University.

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