In Israel, the requirement to wear masks in the open field has been abolished. People flocked to the beaches after the removal of the requirement in the country where the entire population was vaccinated.
As a result of its agreements with vaccine companies, Israel purchased a total of 24 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, becoming the first country in the country to vaccinate 100 percent of its population that should be vaccinated.
10,312,947 doses of vaccines were administered within the scope of the vaccination program in the country.
In the country with the most vaccines compared to the population, 5,343,094 people received at least one dose of the vaccine, while the number of people who completed all vaccines reached 4,969,853.
The country has removed the requirement to wear masks outside as of yesterday and has removed the use of masks for the outdoors throughout the country, with the majority of the population vaccinated and cases of coronavirus falling. Residents flocked to beaches in Tel Aviv as the weekend’s soaring temperatures took advantage. Those images, captured on amateur camera, showed the beaches packed.