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Israel to ban entry of foreigners from all countries over Omicron

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Robert Frank
Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

The Israeli government announced to ban all foreigners from entering the country because of the Omicron variant.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said in a statement that the ban would continue for 14 days, pending government approval.

Israel is the first country to completely close its borders because of the Omicron variant, and so far, one case of this variant has been recorded, in addition to seven other suspectedy cases.

Yesterday, the World Health Organization expressed concern about the discovery of the new mutant of Covid-19 for the first time in South Africa, and it was named Omicron.

With the emergence of the Omicron in South Africa, a large number of countries banned the world from traveling to and from some countries of the brown continent, as European countries and countries such as Britain, Oman, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE announced a ban on entry to travelers from several African countries, including South Africa to reduce omicron mutant outbreaks.

It is reported that, the Deputy Chairman of the Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunization in Britain, Anthony Harnden, called on people under the age of 40, to go to obtain a booster dose against the new Omicron mutated variant of the Coronavirus.

“I think there is a very strong need to raise the level of antibodies in the whole community,” Harnden saidd. He added, “The acceleration of the booster program, by extending the lifespan and reducing the time interval between the second dose and the booster dose. It would be an acceptable strategy.

Yesterday, British Health Minister Sajid Javid announced the registration of the first two cases of the new Omicron mutant in the country.

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