Today, a vaccination marathon will be held at the City Hall building (Neimi mall, Derech Yitshak Rabin 2) from 18:00 to 23:00. First, second and third doses will be available as necessary. There is no need to schedule an appointment in advance and no medical referral is needed. A similar effort took place during the week of Sukkot, in which over a hundred residents were vaccinated and was deemed a big success.
Mayor Dr. Aliza Bloch: “We are making great efforts in order to bring about a high level of immunization among the residents of the city and we invite you to come and get vaccinated in for the sake of those around you and your personal health. Beit Shemesh will defeat COVID-19 and we will do so while maintaining the guidelines and by raising awareness to immunization. We will get through this together”.
Deputy spokesperson at Beit Shemesh Municipality
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