Just 60% of medical staff at Netanya hospital got virus vaccines

Under two-thirds of hospital staff at the Laniado Medical Center have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to Channel 12, which cites Health Ministry figures.

The Netanya hospital has seen 60 percent of its doctors and 60% of nursing staff get the shots, it says.

At Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center, just 73% doctors, and 72% of nurses are inoculated.

The Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in the capital, by contrast, leads with 94% of doctors and 89% of nurses getting the vaccines.

The vaccines have been available for medical staff since late December, and those who are not vaccinated have declined the shots of their own accord.

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