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New adversity? Fear of a Coronavirus Outbreak among Evacuees | Israel Hayom

2023-12-10T12:49:30.933Z

Highlights: Ministry data shows that in the past week there has been a 9% increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel. In the past two weeks, the confirmed cases has doubled, on a weekly average. A total of 618 patients and 79 hospitalized patients in Israel today - however, many patients are not tested and do not report themselves. According to the guidelines, incidents of unusual morbidity must be reported to the Ministry of Health at hotel clinics and clinics treating evacuees.


The Ministry of Health reports an increase in morbidity in evacuated hotels • Patients with fever and respiratory illnesses should wear a mask • Teams working with evacuees are recommended to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and influenza • According to the guidelines, incidents of unusual morbidity should be reported to the Ministry of Health at hotel clinics and clinics treating evacuees


The Ministry of Health reported today (Sunday) an increase in coronavirus and respiratory diseases morbidity in evacuated hotels, and recommends that evacuees suffering from respiratory symptoms stay in the room and if there is an obligation to go out with a mask. Medical personnel at hotels and evacuation sites are advised to wear masks and get vaccinated.

Ministry data shows that in the past week there has been a 9% increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel, which now stands at 372. In the past two weeks, the number of confirmed cases has doubled, on a weekly average. A total of 618 patients and 79 hospitalized patients in Israel today - however, many patients are not tested and do not report themselves.

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According to the new guidelines signed by Dr. Roy Singer, Director of the Epidemiology Division at the Ministry of Health, hotel medical teams must ask patients with fever and respiratory illnesses to wear masks. It is also recommended that teams working with evacuees be vaccinated against COVID-19 and influenza. According to the guidelines, incidents of unusual morbidity must be reported to the Ministry of Health at hotel clinics and clinics treating evacuees.

Getting vaccinated, photo: Joshua Yosef

The evacuees themselves are advised to stay in their rooms if they have respiratory diseases and fever, and to avoid public areas in the hotel. Another recommendation is that those who test positive for COVID-5 should remain in their room for <> days, and if they must go out, they must do so while wearing a mask and avoiding public areas.

Returning to the days of masks in evacuated hotels, photo: None

The Ministry of Health's recommendation to those responsible for evacuation sites in hotels and other places is to allow confirmed COVID-19 patients to eat separately, and preferably the seating areas should be in an open area. For the benefit of the evacuees, it is necessary to publish where to obtain masks and antigen tests, and to report to the ministry representatives about unusual morbidity in the hotel or those suffering from vomiting and diarrhea.

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Source: israelhayom

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