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Netanyahu will be the first to receive Pfizer vaccine in Israel

(Bloomberg) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will show his confidence in Pfizer Inc.’s treatment by being the first in the country to be inoculated. Netanyahu revealed the plan following delivery of the first shipment of the vaccine to Israel on Wednesday “I believe in this vaccine, I hope it will get the necessary approvals in the coming days,” Netanyahu said. “I want the citizens of Israel to be vaccinated, and for that, I want to serve as an example; I plan to be the first to receive the vaccine in Israel. ”Netanyahu promised millions of doses of vaccines for Israel, where mortality figures have risen since the relaxation of the second shutdown of the country, imposed in mid-September. The daily average of new coronavirus infections rose to nearly 1,500 on Tuesday, double the number two weeks ago. About 349,000 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Israel since the start of the pandemic, and 2,932 deaths. Original Note: Netanyahu Will Be First to Get Pfizer Vaccine in Israel (1) For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source. © 2020 Bloomberg LP

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