In the past two weeks, there have been at least eight confirmed cases of the coronaviruses in Israel, and several deaths, including the death of a 15-year-old boy who died of pneumonia.
The disease has become increasingly common, with outbreaks affecting cities such as Haifa, Tel Aviv and Haifa in recent weeks.
The latest outbreak of the virus in Israel is due to a shipment of vaccines sent to the country from China.
Israel’s Ministry of Health reported on Tuesday that three of the cases involved people who were vaccinated, while one of the others involved a child.
“The vaccine is ready for use, but we don’t have a time frame for its use,” the ministry said.
“We’ll be monitoring the situation closely.”
The ministry added that it was “prepared to react to any vaccine-related outbreak”.
According to the latest figures from the Israeli Ministry of Public Health, there were 2,087 confirmed cases in Israel in November, a significant decrease from the previous month’s figure of 2,074.
At least seven deaths have been linked to the outbreak.
The ministry said that all of the people who contracted the virus during the outbreak are under quarantine.
It was not immediately clear whether the vaccine could prevent any further cases of COVID-19 in Israel.
On Tuesday, the Health Ministry also warned that the country’s healthcare system is not fully prepared for the spread of COVIS-19.
The Ministry said that hospitals, pharmacies and health centers are not equipped to handle the outbreak of COVI-19, and that the health system is facing severe financial problems.
According the ministry, COVID infections can be fatal, but they are not contagious.
It said that the Health Minister is meeting with the countrys leading vaccine manufacturer on Thursday to discuss the vaccine and other possible measures to protect the health of the public.