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Analysis: What life is like in countries where Covid-19 vaccination is increasingly a success

February 26, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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People relax on a beach beyond the old city of Jaffa in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Wednesday, July 22, 2020. Israel???s parliament gave the government sweeping authorities to combat a resurgent coronavirus outbreak, weakening its own oversight over cabinet decisions as Prime Minister??Benjamin Netanyahu??warns of a possible second lockdown. Photographer: Corinna Kern/Bloomberg

How's life in countries where coronavirus vaccination is increasingly a success story? Meanwhile asked CNN's Lauren Kent about the UK, the first country in the world to start vaccinating citizens, and Sam Kiley about Israel, which leads the world in vaccination speed.

Meanwhile asked CNN's Lauren Kent about the UK, the first country in the world to start vaccinating citizens, and Sam Kiley about Israel, which leads the world in vaccination speed.

In Tel Aviv, this has meant one bar offering a 'shot for a shot. ' In Bnei-Barak, a bowl of stew has been offered to get the Ultra-Orthodox refuseniks over their reservations.

But this week felt like a turning point -- more than 18 million people in the UK have received their first vaccine dose, hospital admissions are down 20% compared to last week and the dreary British weather finally shifted toward something resembling spring.

But as the government makes progress toward its goal of vaccinating every adult by the end of July, it finally feels like brighter (and hopefully warmer) days are ahead. "

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