Israel: to be considered “vaccinated”, one must receive 3rd COVID shot. Meanwhile, 90% COVID hospitalizations are fully vaccinated.

Israel no longer considers people who have received 2 doses of Pfizer/BioNTech shots as “vaccinated.” As of September 1, only those who received 3 doses are considered “vaccinated”. Health officials continue to move the goal posts. When will it finally be enough?

They have also stated their vaccine passports now expire 6 months after the 2nd Pfizer dose. That means you need booster shots to keep the vaccine passport valid. Meanwhile, Israeli Health officials indicated that 90% of COVID-19 hospitalizations are fully vaccinated.

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