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The vaccination campaign in high school has begun: "Matriculation begins, we want to finish the zoom" - Walla! news

2021-01-24T04:49:35.206Z

HMOs have begun vaccinating Corona natives in 2004-2003, and about 300,000 teens are expected to be vaccinated in the coming days. "I was not really afraid to get vaccinated, I was very happy about the opportunity," said one of the first vaccinators. "Parents and friends are very supportive, and going back to school is important to us"



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High school vaccination campaign begins: "Matriculation begins, we want to finish the zoom"

HMOs have begun vaccinating Corona natives in 2004-2003, and about 300,000 teens are expected to be vaccinated in the coming days.

"I was not really afraid to get vaccinated, I was very happy about the opportunity," said one of the first vaccinators.

"Parents and friends are very supportive, and going back to school is important to us"

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Sapir Levy

Sunday, 24 January 2021, 06:42

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HMOs last night began vaccinating the Corona virus against those born in 2004-2003 as part of the "give a shoulder" vaccination campaign.

The vaccination campaign will continue today (Sunday), with 300,000 teenagers aged 18-16 expected to be vaccinated in the coming days.

The first boys were vaccinated as early as last night.

Itai Ninio, 17 and a half years old, got vaccinated at the Maccabi HMO in Ashdod, and told Walla!

NEWS that "I want to keep myself safe and the people around me safe."



"I decided to get vaccinated because there is an epidemic outside," Ninio explained.

"My parents supported and made an appointment for me, they have already been vaccinated. I was not worried, the vaccine has been tested and I trust the medical staff not to pass on anything dangerous to people."

He added that he would also recommend to his friends to get vaccinated, "a lot of them are already going to do it".

He said, "The vaccine is not really painful and there is nothing to worry about. I am completely fine."



The first matriculation exam in the winter will be held today in English, followed by the math exam on February 1st.

At a cabinet meeting last Tuesday, Education Minister Yoav Galant demanded that students in grades 11-12 be vaccinated immediately after the teaching staff was vaccinated.



The matriculation exams and the format were excluded from the government's decision to extend the closure, and students in grades 11-12 will be able to take the exams even if they are not vaccinated, but this will presumably speed up their return to school.

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"Want to go out and enjoy life."

Providing corona vaccines at the Clalit Health Insurance Fund in Petah Tikva (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Tana Lapid, Avshalom Kor's 17-year-old granddaughter, was also vaccinated at the United Health Fund in Netanya, and told Walla!

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"I was not really afraid to get vaccinated, I was very happy. It is clear to me that they will not try anything on me that is not safe and it is also important to do that," she said.

She added that she had decided to get vaccinated: "Both for me and for my family, some of us have already been vaccinated."



"I think everyone really wants to go out and enjoy our beautiful life, so when there is such a gift we must take advantage of it," Lapid continued.

"My grandfather accompanied me and came for my vaccination. I think he is very happy."

Avshalom Kor added with a smile: "Let us be healthy."

"Let's be healthy."

Avshalom Kor accompanies his granddaughter, Tana Lapid, to be vaccinated against Corona (Photo: Official website, courtesy of the photographer)

Roy Coates-Bar

Roi Kotes-Bar, 17, will be vaccinated today at the Maccabi Health Fund in Tel Aviv, and said that it was clear to him that he would be vaccinated.

"Why would I not want to get vaccinated? The corona is stopping me from going to school, doing sports and meeting up with friends. Obviously if someone tells me 'here's the solution to get you out of this situation' then I will jump on it."

He said, "Once I heard I could make an appointment to get vaccinated, I made up. I'm very happy."



He added that he has no concerns ahead of the vaccine.

"Scientifically this vaccine has been tested like any other vaccine, and there is no vaccine that has zero risks."

According to Coates-Barr, "The parents and friends are very supportive. All the adults in the family have already been vaccinated."



"Going back to school is terribly important, matriculation is starting in a moment and the corona has become a real difficulty," he continued.

"Through zoom the material passes significantly less well than frontal lessons, so everyone terribly wants to finish with this thing and get back to learning."

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