The Ministry of Health reported on Sunday morning that 1,029 people in Israeli hospitals are in serious condition due to the coronavirus, the highest level since the country’s crisis.
The news was released on the first working day of the third drug withdrawal and when the Health Fund began to manage the second dose of Pfizer vaccine.In addition, at least 100,000 doses of the vaccine are expected to land in Israel around 4 pm
5,047 people were diagnosed with coronavirus on Saturday-6.3% of the 82,006 people screened. Over 60 people died over the weekend, bringing the death toll to 3,651.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week that Israel will receive millions of vaccines in the next two months, enough to vaccinate anyone who wants to be assassinated by the end of March.
Netanyahu and Health Minister Yuli Edelstein received the second dose at a small ceremony at the Sheba Medical Center in She Hashomer on Saturday night vaccine. Others who received the first dose 21 days ago will be stabbed today.
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He said in a statement: “I am very excited today.” “We are at the beginning of a large-scale successful vaccination campaign and the second vaccination. I am satisfied with the public response and call on the target population to continue vaccination. At the same time, I mentioned that all regulations that ensure the health of all of us still need to be upheld.”
To help ensure the effectiveness of the blockade, the police have strengthened their deployment throughout the country. Sunday will be the first real test of their ability to prevent people from breaking the rules and leaving their homes more than 1,000 meters for prohibited purposes.
Recall that, except for special education, there are no schools due to the lockdown.
Police said they issued nearly 10,000 fines to offenders over the weekend. Most-over 7,000-are managed for people who leave home.