Israel Now Forces Citizens To Get ‘Booster’ Jabs Every Six Months Or Lose Vaccine Passport
On Wednesday, the Israeli Ministry of Health announced updates to the country’s “green pass” vaccine passport system. Israeli “green pass” status was already only good for six months following a second dose. Now, green pass status is set to expire six months after a COVID-19 booster shot as well, meaning that Israel will now be requiring bi-yearly vaccination.
With the new guidelines, Israel becomes the first country to formally announce what amounts to bi-yearly vaccination against COVID-19. The nation’s vaccine passport system does not appear to have an expiration date, rather, it will seemingly be updated after six months. Israel ranks as one of the world’s most vaccinated nations and also the only one that has rolled out so-called booster shots aggressively. Of note, Israel only allows the controversial Pfizer vaccine to be used within the country.