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Israel Bans Non-Vaccinated Teachers

Israel Bans Non-Vaccinated Teachers

In Israel, teachers who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 will be banned from entering schools until their Covid report comes negative. This information was given by the Ministry of Education. under this decision, teachers who do not present green pass, which is proof of Covid-19 vaccination or recovery from the disease. They are required to submit the rapid antigen test done up to 84 hours in advance.

The ban is part of the Israeli government’s efforts to reduce the high number of Covid-19 cases in the country. As per the instructions of the ministry, teachers of schools and kindergartens who do not fulfill these conditions will not be paid days of absence nor will they be allowed to teach through Zoom.

Here, two health department personnel in Pakistan’s Punjab province were suspended on Thursday for issuing fake corona vaccine certificates in the name of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at a government hospital here. A Punjab government official told Sharif, who has been undergoing treatment in London since November 2019, was given the first dose of the Chinese anti-Covid-19 vaccine Sinovac on Wednesday, as per the records of the National Command Operation Center (NCOC).

According to NCOC records, Sharib (71) was vaccinated at the Government Kot Khwaja Saeed Hospital in Lahore. The episode has turned into a major political storm in Pakistan, with Sharif-led opposition Pakistan Muslim League (PML)-N targeting Prime Minister Imran Khan and his ministers over the vaccination programme.

PML (Nawaz) Punjab spokesperson Azam Bukhari said that while the government has blocked the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC), the three-time prime minister’s name is included in the NCOC figures. He said, “This raises serious questions on the vaccination program of the government. It is ironic that Sharif’s vaccination record has also come up in the NCOC data.”

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