Israel no longer requires to wear mask outdoors after vaccinating majority with Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine

Israel no longer requires to wear mask outdoors after vaccinating majority with Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine

- Israel has already issued a mandate that masks are no longer required outdoors

- The country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that aside from the lifting of masks outdoors, it would also reopen all schools across the country

- Although, it would still require wearing of masks indoors and whenever there is a large gathering

- The country has speedily vaccinated a majority of its population with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, which largely dropped hospitalizations and contagions

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Israel has clearly proven to the world that speedy vaccination can do wonders. Now, after having vaccinated majority of its population with the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, it no longer required its citizens to wear mask outdoors.

Israel no longer requires to wear mask outdoors after vaccinating majority with Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine
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According to EuroNews, it has vaccinated 61.7 percent of the entire population with the first dose of the vaccine.

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Approximately 57.4 percent of the population has been fully inoculated with the two doses.

ABS-CBN News report stated that the country will also start receiving vaccinated foreigners. However, returning Israelis who have not yet been vaccinated must still self-isolate.

As per PhilStar, masks will still be required indoors and whenever there are large gatherings.

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Israel is a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea. It is known as the Holy Land. It has some of the most sacred sites, many found in Jerusalem. Its people, in the Bible, are known as God's Chosen People.

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The head of the European Union's disease control agency stated that there is a possibility that the novel coronavirus could last for a long time. This was even though there is already a global vaccine rollout that is currently taking place. It revealed that the virus seemed to be well-adapted to humans, which means that the vaccine may have to be tweaked every now and then. It appealed to people as a whole that everyone should just be prepared for the possibility that the virus will remain for a long time.

Locally, celebs have also been hit by COVID. One of the latest is Geneva Cruz's mom. She shared an unfortunate update on the COVID-19 battle of her mom, Marilyn Cruz. Marilyn’s blood oxygen level suddenly dropped to 46, which is considered very low. The Pinay singer’s mom needs to be intubated to receive adequate oxygen. She got shocked by what happened since her mom was seemingly doing fine and talking to them through a video call just a day before.

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