Israelis will require a booster shot every six months in order to maintain their vaccine “green pass”
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. Israel currently requires vaccine passports for sporting events, hotels, tourist attractions and just about every public setting. Citizens who can provide proof of recovery from COVID-19 receive green pass status for six months following the date of recovery, and then must be vaccinated. Proof of vaccination is generally presented via an app downloaded on smartphones.
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