On January 15, Infinitum News wrote that Israel’s vaccine program has aroused the envy and admiration of the world. Denmark even tried in vain to copy Israel’s vaccine program – read MIFF’s article about it HERE.
On Monday 18 January, the governments of Norway, Denmark and Israel met again to discuss how to fight the Corona pandemic . Austria, Australia, Greece and the Czech Republic also took part.
– Although we have very different starting points – both geographically, politically and in relation to how hard we are currently affected by the infection – we can, among other things, learn from Israel, which has already given more than 20 percent of the population the first plug in a very short time, says Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen to Jyllands-Posten.
As of 17 January, Israel has vaccinated 2,345,250 inhabitants over 16 – corresponding to 27.10%. In comparison, Denmark has vaccinated 167,011 adult inhabitants – corresponding to 2.86%.