Around 10,000 Russian-made coronavirus vaccines arrived in Ben Gurion airport Thursday and were delivered to the Palestinian Authority.
The shots — enough to inoculate 5,000 people — are a donation from Russian President Vladimir Putin. They are set to be given first to frontline healthcare workers and other priority groups, Palestinian Authority Health Minister Mai al-Kaila said.
“The first priority is for medical staff and the elderly… in accordance with World Health Organization requirements,” Kaila told Voice of Palestine Radio on Thursday morning.
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