It turns out: a majority of the Ministry of Health's expert team for shortening the isolation days for the verified
Team members are discussing the possibility that the duration of isolation for vaccinated vertebrates will be shortened to five days instead of ten as is currently the case.
To this end, the Public Health Services Division and the National Virus Laboratory are conducting a study, which should be completed by the middle of the week, which is expected to help formulate agreements.
Sunday, 09 January 2022, 22:57 Updated: 23:52
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In the video: Bennett: We will provide free tests for students, test prices will drop soon (GPO)
The team of experts in the treatment of epidemics is now (Sunday) discussing shortening the isolation days for the vaccinated and non-vaccinated.
For this purpose, the Public Health Services and the National Virus Laboratory are conducting a study, which should be completed by the middle of the week.
If it is decided to shorten the duration of isolation, it is estimated that it will be shortened to five days - instead of ten days for those infected, and a week to 14 days for unvaccinated people who came in contact with carriers.
Due to the great confusion created by the guidelines that change from time to time, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett posted on his Facebook page a post in which he tried to explain the moves that have been made and will be made.
"I also have children in the education system, and we are also trying to maneuver in this complex situation. I want to explain a few things to you, which will give you a better understanding of what is happening."
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"Information presented at the cabinet meeting indicates that in our country, in total, between two and four million citizens will be infected in the current wave. The economy is functioning as much as possible, and protecting the most vulnerable. "
Regarding the tests, the prime minister said that "with such levels of infections and tests, we realized that we could not allow everyone PCR tests. There is not enough capacity in the laboratories, the answers will be delayed, and in the meantime - the person may infect his environment."