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Coronavirus: Booster vaccinations for 30+ kick off

file photo: an israeli man receives his third dose of the coronavirus disease (covid 19) vaccine, in beit shemesh

Health authorities on Tuesday started administering Covid booster jabs to people aged 30 and above at walk-in centres or after appointment through the vaccination portal.

People can receive the booster jab as long as six months have elapsed since the second dose of a Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca vaccine, or the single dose Janssen.

Those who received the Janssen vaccine can only get their booster shot at the walk-ins, the health ministry had said.

Walk-in centres operate in all districts between 8am to 6pm on weekdays and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.

Non-gesy beneficiaries can also visit the walk-ins every Friday.

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