Israel’s schedule for the first vaccination campaign of the Schedule covids vaccines is on track to be the largest in the history of the world.
The Schedule vaccines are scheduled to go into clinical trials from October 1 and November 10, and will be distributed by Health Ministry clinics to over 20,000 patients across the country.
“The schedule has been carefully chosen to ensure a wide range of coverage and quality, and the high level of participation by patients,” the Health Ministry said in a statement.
According to the Health Minister, the first phase of the vaccines is expected to be distributed in January 2019.
In addition to the Schelexvids, the schedule also includes the Vaccine Elavivirus, Vaccine BV, and Vaccine C, all of which are scheduled for distribution in 2019.
The schedule is the second largest of its kind in the entire world, behind only the United States schedule.
Last year, the United Kingdom released a schedule of vaccines that included the vaccines for two strains of the pandemic virus, but did not include the coronavirus vaccine.
This year, India is expected use the same schedule, but the country’s government has not yet released the schedule.
The schedule for vaccines is subject to changes, according to the Ministry.
“The availability of vaccines is based on the need for the vaccine and the response of the community,” the ministry said.
Health Minister Yair Lapid, who chairs the Joint Committee on Immunization, said that the schedule would be released later this week.
Lapid, however, said there will be a delay in the distribution of the vaccine.
Israel’s vaccine coverage is already a major success story, with a vaccine for the coronacovirus vaccine reaching more than 6 million people in the country by the end of March.
Israel is also expected to have a schedule for other vaccines in the pipeline, including the coronocavirus vaccines.
A total of 7 million people will be vaccinated in the Schell’s schedule, while 2.5 million people received the Covid-19 vaccine, the Health Department said.