Israel Sees Covid-19 Explosion Following Approval Of 4th Shot

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennet

67,198 new cases of the novel coronavirus were reported in Israel on Sunday, with 29.63% of tests returning positive, reported The Jerusalem Post. The data apparently comes from accounting by the Israeli Health Ministry.

Reporting by The Jerusalem Post also indicated that approximately 783 patients in the nation remain in serious condition.

Israeli health experts are already recommending a 4th Covid-19 booster type of shot for adults in the nation aged 18 and older. The rollout for the fourth shot began just about a month ago, which BLP covered at the time. Citizens of the country have largely already been coerced into taking the previous third booster shot as they are currently required to show a vaccine passport, dubbed the ‘green pass,’ in order to participate in virtually all aspects of modern life including attending concerts, dining at restaurants, exercising at gyms, and in many cases even earning money in order to make a living.

Interestingly, reporting by the mainstream media has indicated that some hospitals in Israel have stated that the 4th Covid-19 inoculation dose “provides only limited defense against the omicron variant that is raging around the world.”

The Israeli government also recently announced the shortening of a previous mandatory quarantine period of seven days to five days in order to help keep the economy running. Some have questioned if Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s decision to shorten the period was politically motivated, especially because the United States Center For Disease Control and Prevention had also abruptly lowered their “Recommended Isolation and Quarantine Period for General Population” criteria to 5 days as well just less than a month ago.

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