Coronavirus czar Prof. Salman Zarka attends a press conference about the coronavirus in Jerusalem, on August 29, 2021. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)
The country of Israel currently has a controversial policy of compelled vaccine passports, forcing citizens to receive COVID-19 vaccinations and show proof of such in order to participate in basic daily functions like exercise or eating in a restaurant.
Israel’s health ministry announced on Sunday that these vaccine passes will expire 6 months after their second shot, implying a potential plan by the government to force booster shots on its people multi-annually in perpetuity.
Who is considered to be vaccinated / recovered and protected?
The country recently has put out reports of waning