Israel has vaccinated the most people per capita against COVID-19. Is it sustainable?
PBS, 11 Jan 2021
As many countries began their COVID-19 vaccination rollouts last month, one country quickly charged ahead of the pack: Israel. The Middle Eastern nation is now the world's top vaccinator per capita, already inoculating more than 1.5 million people, or nearly 20 percent of its total population. But as it faces a growing number of COVID-19 cases, can the country keep up its lead? Ivette Feliciano reports.
Editor's note: The title cards for two sources are incorrect: Dr. Ronni Gamzu and Uri Gat-Palash are transposed.
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