Tel Aviv to open vaccination center in Rabin Square

The Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality announces it will open a vaccination center in the city’s Rabin Square, where it hopes to inoculate some 5,000 people a day.

The city aims to open the vaccination site on January 4. It will initially be open only to those over 60 years old.

The site will be run by the city’s Ichilov Medical Center. Information on how to make an appointment has yet to be announced.

One thousand chairs are placed at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv to symbolize the deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, September 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

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