Image; An Israeli protester holds a giant syringe during a demonstration against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu near his official residence, in Jerusalem, during the third nationwide coronavirus lockdown, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021.
Kurz called Netanyahu on Friday and congratulated him on the success of the vaccine operation.
The country is also said to have agreed to pay 50 per cent more per dose than the United Kingdom - and now has enough to immunise all over-16s by the end of March.
Netanyahu also spoke with Danish Prime Minister Frederiksen about the fight against the Coronavirus and the spread of the various mutations of the virus.
The the Israeli embassy in London sad "it is unfortunate to see that even on a topic such as the phenomenal success of the vaccination roll out in Israel which has saved human lives, there are still those who seek to paint the State of Israel in a negative light". The two agreed to deepen professional bilateral cooperation. "Through Israel's vaccination campaign, we will be able to reopen our economy quickly; the bars, the restaurants, the gyms, schools, synagogues, the theater".
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They include a multi-warhead missile, underwater-launched nuclear missiles, solid-fueled long-range missiles and spy satellites. He said the United States must end its hostile stance as a key to future relations between the countries.
Edelstein updated Sunday that 1,817,000 Israelis have received the first Pfizer vaccine in the three weeks of Operation Lend a Shoulder to inoculate the population.
The new chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said Tuesday the United States would look to resume aid to the Palestinians as he voiced hope for reviving a multilateral approach to the world under President-elect Joe Biden.
Israelis over the age of 60, those with health problems and medical personnel have been receiving first injections of Pfizer Inc. vaccines since Dec 19.
Of the 81,858 tests done over the weekend, a high 6.3% returned positive. Hospitals worry about being overwhelmed by patients and personnel being more exposed.
In the end, both Pfizer and the World Health Organization will receive the data and a World Health Organization delegation is expected to arrive in February to study the Israeli vaccination program.