Vote on children's vaccines won't be broadcast live

Publication Date09 November 2021
AuthorArutz Sheva Staff
It was further decided that the public would only be exposed to the distribution of votes and would not be able to know in what way each member of the committee voted.

The committee members said the reasoning for the decision is to allow for an open professional dialogue during the discussion and to prevent threats to the participants.

The preliminary discussion on the approval of vaccines for children held last week was broadcast live in order to increase public confidence in the decisions made in the Ministry of Health.

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