Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Saturday, February 27, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon
Palestinian health minister receiving one of the first doses

A Palestinian watchdog organization, The Coalition for Integrity and Accountability (AMAN), has warned that the Palestinian Authority has still not come up with a plan on how to distribute and prioritize vaccine distribution, months after the first vaccines came to market.

The group noted that there were no standards nor transparency in the distribution of Coronavirus vaccines for Palestinians, and noted the risks of "distributing quantities of them outside the framework of a clear and published plan."

AMAN said that the lack of any system meant that there was a framework of favoritism and relationships that govern the early distributions of the vaccine so far.

This mirrors the reports we have seen of the Palestinians even sending vaccines to Jordan, presumably to be given to friends and relatives there, ahead of Palestinians most at risk. 

The first major deliveries of vaccines are due this coming week, yet after so much time of complaining about Israel's supposed non-cooperation in distributing vaccines to Palestinians, the Palestinians themselves have not yet come up with even a basic plan on how to distribute vaccines that they had ordered months ago. 


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