Israel has lowered the age limit for administering the 3rd Kovid vaccine to 30 years.
Previously, the 3rd dose was given to people over 40 years of age.
Less than a month after the start of the third dose, Israeli health officials and scientists say there are signs that the Delta variety is spreading.
In Israel, the 3rd dose of the Kovid vaccine has been in operation since July.
Israel is one of the first countries in the world to have vaccinated more of its population.
By March, the majority of the Israeli population had been vaccinated against Kovid.
By June, they were completely out of the law, making the wearing of protective face masks mandatory, and the only Kovid rule in force in the country was to take care of the health of people entering and leaving the country.
But now the Kovid virus infection in Israel has increased by 5.4% compared to the past.
The number of infected people in the country, which was between 200 and 300 in early July, has now risen to close to 10,000.
This is due to the spread of the invasive Delta variety in the country.
Health experts have pointed out that the removal of the face mask rule has led to the rapid spread of the Delta variety in the country.
Accordingly, it has been made mandatory to wear face masks again and the police will impose fines on those who violate it.
The Prime Minister has said that necessary steps will be taken to control the spread of the virus and prevent the country from being locked down for the fourth time.
Meanwhile, accelerating the vaccination program will help control the spread of the epidemic in the United States by early next year, says Anthony Fochi, the top epidemiologist.
He added that the full approval of the Food and Drug Administration for the Pfizer vaccine would pave the way for more people to be vaccinated.
The number of global Kovid virus infections exceeds 2.39 million.
The number of deaths worldwide due to the epidemic is over 44.63 thousand.