El Al Sets Up Special Vaccination Clinic At Ben Gurion Airport


More than 250 El Al airlines crew members have been vaccinated against the measles after a flight attendant contracted the disease during a flight from New York and is now in a coma with suspected brain damage due to complications from the measles virus. She had only received one shot of the measles vaccine, instead of the recommended two.

Israel’s Health Ministry ordered all local airlines to vaccinate their staff, especially those staff that come into contact with travelers, against measles.

El Al set up a special clinic at Ben Gurion Airport in order to ensure that all staff get inoculated.

At least 3,964 cases of the measles have been confirmed in Israel between March 2018 and February 2019, according to the Health Ministry.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. If the “recommended two” would’ve protected her from the measles why did the 250 El Al airlines crew members need to been vaccinated again? Were they all only injected with 1 shot of the vaccine?

  2. 1 vaccine is said to be 94% effective while two come in at 97%.
    meaning the remaining 6% is 50-50 if a vaccine could help…
    Why all the hype?

      • The manufacturers’ own inserts say that vaccines have NOT been tested for safety in pregnant women, so how can a doctor say otherwise? If a doctor tells you it is safe, you should ask to see documentation to support his statement. Thank you.


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