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"Irrelevant": Kish v. Shasha Bitton | Israel today

2020-09-24T18:08:48.680Z

| In the countryThe Deputy Minister of Health attacked the chairman of the Corona Commission: "Has done the greatest damage to public trust" • "She is primarily responsible for our failure to stop the disease" Yoav Kish, Yifat Shasha Bitton Photo:  Oren Ben Hakon, Shmulik Grossman Deputy Health Minister Yoav Kish was interviewed tonight (Thursday) by Amnon Levy on Channel 13, and attacked the chairman of the



The Deputy Minister of Health attacked the chairman of the Corona Commission: "Has done the greatest damage to public trust" • "She is primarily responsible for our failure to stop the disease"

  • Yoav Kish, Yifat Shasha Bitton

    Photo: 

    Oren Ben Hakon, Shmulik Grossman

Deputy Health Minister Yoav Kish was interviewed tonight (Thursday) by Amnon Levy on Channel 13, and attacked the chairman of the Corona Committee, MK Yifat Shasha Bitton: "She is primarily responsible for the fact that we were not able to stop the disease." 

The deputy minister claimed that Shasha Bitton had behaved in a populist manner by avoiding the restrictions imposed by the government on businesses: "It is easiest to do what it has done, to surrender to lobbyists and become a populist." 

In addition, MK Kish claimed that the chairman of the Corona Commission acted irresponsibly when she said that there were no protests in the demonstrations: "She did not rely on data and information. .

The Deputy Health Minister later commented that in a poll on News 12, a party led by Shasha Bitton received 8 seats and said: "It has done the greatest damage to public trust, it is no longer relevant and I hope it will continue to be so."

MK Dr. Yifat Shasha Bitton, chairwoman of the Corona Committee, responded: Hunger and mental collapse.

The corona will be with us for at least another year - so will we imprison the 9 million citizens in homes until a vaccine is found?

Or as many medical experts, including: Prof. Matot, Prof. Hagai Levin, Prof. Zeev Rothstein and even the project professor Prof. Gamzo, believe - that the virus must be fought while maintaining the residents' ability to earn a living.

"I expect the Deputy Minister, who claimed that in mid-August there will be 3,200 serious patients here, fortunately this did not happen, to come up with a real and complete solution and not hit the residents because it is the easy and non-creative solution."

Source: israelhayom

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