Absolutely. I made the point earlier in this thread that Israel has a massive military infrastructure which can be used for this task and a national identity card to track people. It is ridiculous to compare us to them.
Distribution has been a model of efficiency. Vaccinations happen seven days a week in most places and even late at night. While it is a civilian operation, the army is vaccinating its own soldiers and helping with tracking and tracing infection and some logistics.
The vaccine roll out is a civilian operation in Israel - Germany is using as well soldiers for track and tracing and I do not believe that a national ID card makes a huge difference if any.
The HSE is drafting in army personal as well for helping
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