As of Sunday morning, any Israeli, as well as the foreign workers in the country, can receive the H1N1 vaccination.
The Health Ministry is now offering vaccines suitable for pregnant women and children up to the age of three, who could not receive the previous form of the counteragent.
According to the ministry, some 150,000 people have so far gotten the shot, most of them health workers and persons with health conditions.
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