COVID: Entrance of Vaccinated to Israel Postponed Again Amid Outbreak

ER Editor: We’ll let Professor Michael Northcott frame this piece for us.


While Justin Trudeau announces plans to permit only the vaccinated into Canada.


We remind readers that Israel has pursued an incredibly aggressive public vaccination policy on its people in service to Pfizer, as well as creating vaccine passes that divide the population into an ‘in’ and ‘out’ group, limiting access to the ‘outs’. Oh, the irony. Shockingly, Pfizer was said to have targeted Israel for its vaccine rollout and was likely the only vaccine in use there; the Israeli government even agreed to turn over citizen data to Pfizer. How did Pfizer manage to get so much power?

See a selection of stories we’ve published on this going back to January 2021:

Israel: The Canary in the Vaccine Mine

Helsinki Committee to Declare Pfizer Performing Unauthorized Human Experiment in Israel

A Cry for Help, A Cry to RESIST from Israel – NEVER AGAIN? [VIDEO]

Hot Off the Press: Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Admits Israel Is the ‘World’s Lab’

The International Criminal Court Has Accepted Claim of Violating Nuremberg Code by Israeli Govt

The Probe Into the Israeli Vaccine Policy and Its Outcome Is Beyond Damning

The Israeli People’s Committee – April Report on the LETHAL Impact of The Pfizer Vaccine


COVID: Entrance of vaccinated to Israel postponed again amid outbreak

Amid concerns over the rising number of coronavirus cases, police to employ an SMS-based system to verify location of those quarantining.


THE ALMOST empty Ben-Gurion Airport last week. (photo credit: AVSHALOM SASSONI/FLASH90)
THE ALMOST empty Ben-Gurion Airport last week.
(photo credit: AVSHALOM SASSONI/FLASH90)

The director-general also warned the public that with the Delta variant raging around the world, this is not a time to fly abroad. He said the authorities are examining how to restrict travel, either by expanding the list of countries under the travel ban or severe travel warning, or by other means.


Channel 12 reported that health official are considering several options for a recommendation to bring before the cabinet, including shutting the airport for non essential traveling and requiring all travelers to enter isolation regardless of their immunization status and the country they fly from. However, according to the report, the most likely recommendation will be to significantly expand the list of countries under travel ban or travel warning – in both cases all returnees have to quarantine, for the first group Israelis are prohibited from visiting unless they obtain a permission from the devoted special governmental committee.


Earlier on Sunday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met with ministers and officials to work on stepping up the enforcement of coronavirus regulations, which since last week has fallen under the Public Security Ministry’s responsibility.
The authorities are working to ensure the enforcement system will combine the use of technological means as well as police officers and local inspectors.
“Our goal is to establish sensible guidelines, alongside aggressive and effective enforcement against violators,” Bennett said. “Anyone who violates the guidelines endangers his health and the health of the rest of the citizens of Israel. We will not allow this. The Delta variant is soaring all over the world; implementing regulations in the field is a critical element in fighting the pandemic to defeat the mutation.”
It was decided that verified coronavirus carriers who breach isolation will be criminally charged.
In addition, Bennett instructed the ministry and the attorney-general to regulate the legal aspect of employing technological tools to monitor those in quarantine, including allowing the police to verify the location of individuals in isolation through an SMS system.
It was announced that priority in enforcement will be given to weddings and other events considered to be a high risk of spreading infections.
Starting from Wednesday, access to indoor weddings and parties with more than 100 participants will be limited only to individuals who are vaccinated, recovered or have a negative corona test, or holders of what the government has dubbed a “Happy Badge.”
Ash said that in the upcoming days, they will recommend that the cabinet bring back the full green pass system. Until the end of May, the system was used for several venues and activities, including restaurants, synagogues and gyms.
In addition, he said they are preparing for the school year, and hope that rapid testing will be an essential element of the outline to keep schools operating safely.
Also on Sunday, the Health Ministry announced that participants in summer camps will be asked to show a green passport, a recovery certificate or a negative coronavirus test taken within the previous 72 hours. The requirement applies also to outdoor programs.
As more and more people need to be tested, Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz announced that the number of testing stations around the country will increase and their operating hours expanded.
While at the moment the only widely available tests are PCR tests, the government is also working on making rapid tests – also known as antigen –, as well as at-home tests, easily available.
Earlier in the day, Horowitz said the possibility of another lockdown exists, but the government is not considering it as of now and the goal is to avoid it.
“Of course it is possible that there will be another lockdown, but we are not discussing it now,” Horowitz told Army Radio. “Everyone can understand that if there is a huge outbreak here, including in serious morbidity, we will get there. We are taking measures so that we are not going to need it.”

Some 430 new virus carriers were identified on Saturday, with 1.47% of the 33,000 tests processed returning a positive result. The previous day, there were 1,120 cases out of 76,000 tests – the highest since March.



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