WORLD Israel receives 1st batch of Pfizer vaccine

WORLD

Israel receives 1st batch of Pfizer vaccine

Xinhua

07:52, December 10, 2020

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) attends a ceremony to mark the arrival of a plane of the international courier company DHL carrying the first batch of Pfizer coronavirus vaccines which lands at Ben Gurion International Airport near central Israeli city of Tel Aviv amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Dec. 9, 2020. An initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer arrived in Israel on Wednesday morning, the first of about 8 million Pfizer vaccines that the country is expected to receive. A DHL cargo flight from Belgium's Brussels landed at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, carrying a small number of vaccines for a pilot run of the logistic of transportation and refrigerated storage procedure, the Israeli health ministry said in a statement. (Marc Israel Sellem/JINI via Xinhua)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a ceremony to mark the arrival of a plane of the international courier company DHL carrying the first batch of Pfizer coronavirus vaccines which lands at Ben Gurion International Airport near central Israeli city of Tel Aviv amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Dec. 9, 2020. An initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer arrived in Israel on Wednesday morning, the first of about 8 million Pfizer vaccines that the country is expected to receive. A DHL cargo flight from Belgium's Brussels landed at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, carrying a small number of vaccines for a pilot run of the logistic of transportation and refrigerated storage procedure, the Israeli health ministry said in a statement. (Marc Israel Sellem/JINI via Xinhua)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (2nd R) attends a ceremony to mark the arrival of a plane of the international courier company DHL carrying the first batch of Pfizer coronavirus vaccines which lands at Ben Gurion International Airport near central Israeli city of Tel Aviv amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Dec. 9, 2020. An initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer arrived in Israel on Wednesday morning, the first of about 8 million Pfizer vaccines that the country is expected to receive. A DHL cargo flight from Belgium's Brussels landed at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, carrying a small number of vaccines for a pilot run of the logistic of transportation and refrigerated storage procedure, the Israeli health ministry said in a statement. (Marc Israel Sellem/JINI via Xinhua)

A plane of the international courier company DHL carrying the first batch of Pfizer coronavirus vaccines lands at Ben Gurion International Airport near central Israeli city of Tel Aviv amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Dec. 9, 2020. An initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer arrived in Israel on Wednesday morning, the first of about 8 million Pfizer vaccines that the country is expected to receive. A DHL cargo flight from Belgium's Brussels landed at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, carrying a small number of vaccines for a pilot run of the logistic of transportation and refrigerated storage procedure, the Israeli health ministry said in a statement. (Marc Israel Sellem/JINI via Xinhua)

A plane of the international courier company DHL carrying the first batch of Pfizer coronavirus vaccines lands at Ben Gurion International Airport near central Israeli city of Tel Aviv amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Dec. 9, 2020. An initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer arrived in Israel on Wednesday morning, the first of about 8 million Pfizer vaccines that the country is expected to receive. A DHL cargo flight from Belgium's Brussels landed at the Ben Gurion airport outside Tel Aviv, carrying a small number of vaccines for a pilot run of the logistic of transportation and refrigerated storage procedure, the Israeli health ministry said in a statement. (Marc Israel Sellem/JINI via Xinhua)

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