Israel to share some vaccines with Palestinians

Associated Press |
Published: 02.23.21 , 17:34
Israel says it has decided to share a small quantity of its coronavirus vaccines with the Palestinians and other unidentified countries.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says although Israel has purchased vaccines for its own population, it has accumulated a small surplus of unused COVID-19 vaccines. "Therefore, it has been decided to assist Palestinian Authority medical teams and several of the countries that contacted Israel with a symbolic quantity of vaccines," it said.