Sola mayor asks for vaccine cooperation with Israel

– Israel is far ahead of Europe and the world in vaccination, and in a short time the population will be fully vaccinated. Then there is reason to believe that they will have a good number of vaccines left over, says Sola mayor Tom Henning Slethei (Frp) to Stavanger Aftenblad.

He has now sent a letter to Ambassador Alon Roth. The mayor does not know if he has the opportunity to buy vaccines on his own, but says it does not hurt to check. He also points out that the Prime Ministers of Denmark and Austria are in Israel this week to look at the possibilities for vaccine cooperation.

– The sun must give off vaccines, while others, including Stavanger and Sandnes are allowed to keep theirs. I respond that we are treated differently in a common housing and labor market. Norway is repeatedly supplied with too few vaccines, but the government does not give a clear and unambiguous answer as to what they are doing to obtain more. Then we have to do something about the case ourselves, says Slethei.


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