Vaccination in the Education System in Jerusalem
Starting today (Sunday, 10.1), the education system staff in Jerusalem began to get vaccinated. In the first phase, these will be teaching personnel aged 50 and over and special education personnel, and later all of the teaching staff in the city.
This is an important strategic move led by the Mayor of Jerusalem, Moshe Lion, who saw great importance in vaccinating the education system staff in order to allow an immediate return to the study routine for the city's students with the end of the closure.
The vaccination campaign in the education system in Jerusalem has already begun today, at this stage through Kupat Holim Clalit, with the aim of vaccinating all teaching staff as quickly as possible. In the first phase, the teaching staff aged 50 and over and the special education staff, who continue to meet students even during the tight closure, will be vaccinated, and in the second phase, all teaching staff in the city will be vaccinated.