(Worthy News) – After an FDA decision called into question the necessity of so-called “booster” shots, Israeli doctors and medical professionals wrote a letter condemning a new policy from the Ministry of Health which requires Israelis to be triple vaccinated in order to freely enter a number of public places.
Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz recently announced that Israelis who received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine must now go for a third dose, lest they lose their “Green Passport” status which allows them to work in offices, access gyms and restaurants, and other public venues.
Some 100 Israeli doctors, nurses, and medical professionals signed a letter addressed to Horowitz on Sunday, calling the policy “unreasonable” and politically motivated, citing the FDA recommendation that booster shots only go to the elderly and immunocompromised. [ Source: World Israel News (Read More…) ]
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