Free of charge vaccination against coronavirus of foreigners began in Tel Aviv. At the same time, queues appeared at the vaccination centers.
Tel Aviv, Israel, has begun providing free COVID vaccinations for foreigners and refugee status seekers. Reported by the Associated Press on Tuesday, February 9.
Queues have formed at vaccination centers. Among the foreigners who were vaccinated on the first day of this program are citizens of the Philippines, Moldova, and Nigeria.
Recall that Israel vaccinated more than half of the country’s population. Israel leads the world in vaccinating the population against coronavirus. Most vaccinations are done in the United States. At the same time, more than 2 million people in Israel received the second dose of the COVID vaccine.