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Vaccine success in a small country: what we could learn from Israel – The Times

The almost deserted street outside the Misgav Ladach hospital in western Jerusalem belies the intense operation going on inside.Every other minute, an elderly person…

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The almost deserted street outside the Misgav Ladach hospital in western Jerusalem belies the intense operation going on inside.
Every other minute, an elderly person or couple, quietly walk in, swipe their electronic card and take a seat in a corridor on the ground floor. A supervisor checks them off on a clipboard and, within minutes, they are sitting in one of the six curtained booths, baring their arms for the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Within minutes they are out, with an appointment,…

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