RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – On Sunday, 67,198 new cases of Covid were reported in Israel, and 29.63% of the tests performed were positive, The Jerusalem Post reported. The data comes from Israel’s Health Ministry.
Israeli health experts are already recommending a fourth booster dose against Covid-19 for adults over the age of 18. The launch of the fourth dose began about a month ago.
To a large extent, the country’s citizens have already been forced to receive the previous third booster dose, as they are now required to show a vaccination passport, called a “green pass,” to participate in virtually every aspect of society, including attending concerts, dining out at restaurants, working out at gyms and, in many cases, even earning money for a living
Interestingly, mainstream media reports have indicated that some hospitals in Israel have stated that the fourth dose of the Covid ‘vaccine’ “provides only limited defense against the omicron variant that is wreaking havoc around the world.” Quite possibly setting the stage for Pfizer’s next Omicron vaccine that is coming.
“Despite the increase in antibody levels, the fourth vaccine offers only partial defense against the virus,” said Dr. Gili Regev-Yochay, director of the infectious disease unit at an Israeli hospital. “The vaccines, which were more effective against earlier variants, offer less protection against omicron.”
The Israeli government also recently announced the reduction of a previous mandatory quarantine period from seven days to five days to help keep the economy running. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also abruptly reduced its “Recommended Isolation and Quarantine Period for the General Population” criteria to 5 days less than a month ago.