Crusty at work: Israelis are vaccinated at work


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As the number of Israelis being vaccinated daily against Covid-19 dwindles over the past few weeks, the vaccination campaign will rise as some large companies start letting employees get vaccinated on the job. The campaign is a joint initiative between the Manufacturers Union, the Ministry of Health and the Home Front of the Israeli Army and is designed to increase comfort for employees and increase the percentage of Israelis who are vaccinated. Related articles: Vaccination campaign in Israel is losing momentum Israeli laboratory: The vaccine appears to cut vaccinations against the transmission of the Covid virus in exchange for an increase in the infection of the Covid virus. V-Bot helps Kryon launch the mega-vaccination in Israel. The “Strike on the Job” campaign will be implemented by the Magen David Adom (MDA) Emergency Medical Service, which will send mobile escorts to workplaces. Among the first companies to join the campaign are HP Israel, Osem Nestle, Flex, SodaStream, Unilever and Elbit Systems. MDA insists it can only vaccinate groups of at least 100 people, so in some industrial areas, it is expected that small and medium-sized businesses will join together for this. SodaStream will start allowing its 3,000 employees to be vaccinated on the job starting next week. Many of its employees are from the Arab and Bedouin sectors, where vaccination rates are low. The SodaStream factory is located near the Bedouin town of Rahat in the Negev, where only 11% of the citizens were vaccinated. The employees will also be allowed to bring their families. Maccabi Health Services will also implement vaccination campaigns in large companies. Next week, Maccabi will vaccinate employees at Israel Aerospace Industries, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Isracard, Shufersal and Direct Insurance. Some health experts describe this new campaign as a game-changer, just as firing an Israeli vaccination into the world badly needs a bullet in the arm. Since it went into operation on December 20, Israel has vaccinated 3.7 million people (39.7% of the population), including 2.3 million people who received two vaccines. Posted by Globes, Israel business news – en.globes.co.il – on February 11, 2021 © Copyright Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd. 2021


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