Minister Naftali Bennett updates developments and ways to deal with the virus in Israel • At the beginning of the week, he proposed a plan to curb the epidemic on the Ministry of Defense
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett is updating at this time with further details and developments regarding the Ministry of Defense's response to the Corona virus in Israel.
Bennett on the Corona fight // Photo: GPO
Bennett also proposed a new plan to curb the Corona epidemic, which is largely based on the Ministry of Defense and the IDF earlier this week. In a strong attack on the recommendations of the health system, Bennett recommends transferring responsibility for the epidemic to the Ministry of Defense and the IDF.
"The decision-making should not rely on medical experts alone. They see only one angle of the picture. Even on the health issue you must not rely on them alone, because the epidemic requires a different perception and conduct, and even the opposite of a daily medical routine, an epidemic is different. It is a kind of fusion of medicine with war. ", Writes Bennett.
In fact, the Bennett plan proposes that no new restrictions be imposed on the economy, and soon after Pesach the educational system and economic bodies in the economy will gradually develop.
Bennett Schedule Schedules:
• Phase I - Continuing "Israel's closure" without business aggravation - from now until after Passover.
• Business restrictions should not be exceeded beyond 3% of employees.
• A gradual opening of the Israeli economy and entry into the "Corona routine" - immediately after Passover.
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According to Bennett, "The most important step in moving from a closure condition to a corona routine is the ability to conduct about 50,000 tests a day, regularly and regularly. Therefore, I am convinced that the responsibility for establishing and operating the testing system must be transferred to the security system."
At the same time, Bennett is urgently increasing the capacity of the health care system for hard-core corona patients who need breathing, and preparing for the admission of some 10,000 hard-breathing patients in hospitals.