Many people in Israel have already been vaccinated. In the meantime, however, the demand is decreasing. Those responsible are therefore looking for new ways to reach those who are hesitant – with free meals or music events with vaccination booths at the edge.
The editorial network Germany now cites a report by journalist Arieh Kovler, according to which vaccination opportunities should be created in passing.
The first is the Swedish furniture store Ikea, which offers its customers cans from Biontech / Pfizer or AstraZeneca. You could get the appropriate injection in the Israeli Ikea branches until Tuesday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The furniture chain’s houses have been open again since Sunday.
Israel is seen worldwide as a role model in the vaccination campaign. Around a quarter of the population is already vaccinated. In order to increase this quota, the government is also relying on the so-called green pass. This allows vaccinated people to visit gyms, hotels, theaters or sporting events again.
The aim is to get the economy going again.
In total, around 4.3 million first and almost three million second vaccinations have been administered in Israel since December 19. For comparison: Germany has about nine times as many inhabitants as Israel. So far, almost 3.2 million people there have received a first and almost 1.7 million a second vaccination.