December 14, 2020
50-75% of Israeli Citizens Say They Won’t Get Vaccine
Israelis who get the COVID-19 vaccine will be given ‘green passports’ that will enable them to attend venues and eat at restaurants.
The country’s health ministry announced that citizens who take the shot will be rewarded with “free movement waivers” that will allow them to bypass coronavirus restrictions.
The green passports will be issued after a person receives the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine which Israel plans to begin rolling out on December 27, with around 60,000 people being given the shot every day.
According to reports, “Holders of the passports will be able to attend public events and eat at restaurants among other things, Health Ministry Director-General Chezy Levy told Channel 12 on Sunday.”