Attorney-General: Forcing teacher to vaccinate can be made legal

The law in Israel could allow for requiring teachers to be vaccinated for coronavirus in order for them to be employed, Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit said during Tuesday's coronavirus cabinet meeting, N12 reported. 
However, it would require primary legislation, Mandelblit noted.  
In a previous cabinet meeting, Mandelblit indicated that it would be possible to pass a law that would allow employers to impose sanctions on employees who refuse to be vaccinated for coronavirus.
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