The Israeli Cabinet minister directed, the international youth service nonprofit, to convene and coordinate partners around this effort. This project will ensure that all Holocaust survivors around the world are vaccinated and provided proper guidance and support.
The initial plan is to establish inoculation centers in designated countries, according to a statement from the ministry. Medical personnel and volunteers will travel directly to the residence of recipients to perform the vaccination. There will be no charge to any survivor for this service.
“During this global crisis, we have an opportunity to support Holocaust survivors whose resilience continues to guide and inspire humanity today,” Yankelevich said.
As we reported earlier, Vladimir Putin stated that the Russian-made Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine was the best in the world.
"The vaccine is Russian, it is absolutely obvious, we used to think so, and now it is also proved by practice, I think it is the best in the world," he said.
In his opinion, all other vaccines are not able to demonstrate the same levels of protection and safety.