Israel's parliament has passed a law that allows the government to share citizens' personal information with other government agencies if they don't get vaccinated.
February 25th 07:01
The legislation was approved in response to a very small but vocal group of vaccine-skeptics who are against Covid-19 inoculation.
Advocacy groups like Physicians for Human Rights and Meretz lawmakers say it's a blatant violation of privacy and that there are better ways to encourage people to get inoculated. The law is set to expire in 90 days.