The Israeli police will strengthen surveillance and law enforcement over the weekend to help slow the installation of the corona virus. This will include additional checkpoints and the deployment of thousands of police officers in cities and on roads across the country. “Most police activities will focus on monitoring and enforcing regulations, with emphasis on prohibiting gatherings, restricting the movement of people and trade, the police said. Unless the winter weather is notified, further enforcement measures will be taken on Friday and Saturday. From 6 am to Saturday Between 11 pm, about 25 checkpoints will be set up on intercity roads. By night, the number of checkpoints will be reduced to 1
There are still an unprecedented number of people in serious conditions. According to the Ministry of Health, among the 1,802 people in the hospital, almost all-1,117 are in serious condition, including 280 people with ventilators. Before Thursday, the highest number of severe cases was 1,102, which the ministry reported earlier this week. The hospital had to open new wards and did not provide selective surgery to manage the number of cases. In addition, about 50 people died on Wednesday, and another 34 died as of press time on Thursday, bringing the death toll to 3,860. More than 200 people died of COVID-19 this week. The only silver lining is that the “R” reproduction rate (the number of people infected per patient) has dropped slightly. Israel’s vaccination campaign has no significant impact on the spread of AIDS. The virus is a team of researchers from the Hebrew University who advise the coronavirus cabinet. However, they said: “The incidence may have begun to stabilize” and the country should reduce the number of new cases each day within the next week. According to the team’s forecast, the incidence of this country will not increase significantly. The number of patients hospitalized in the next few days will be relieved only before the end of the month. Researchers say the mortality rate has increased, and the average time from hospitalization to death has been shortened. In view of the high infection rate, the Ministry of Health is expected to require the latest blockade to be extended for at least one week. For the meeting originally scheduled for Sunday, the Hebrew University team prepared a report. But the researchers said no decision should be made next week. On the contrary, the team said it was unable to know for sure whether the lockdown period needs to be significantly extended, or whether regulations need to be tightened, and instead suggested that a decision be made only in another week. On January 21st, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated on Thursday that the government and the Ministry of Health raised this issue many times a day, when Israel will open further, “we still don’t know.” We will withdraw. [the lockdown] Sharon Alroy-Preis, the head of the public health service, said in a briefing on Tuesday. The Ministry of Health emphasized that any exit strategy will not happen all at once, but will be implemented in stages from the beginning of school. Natanyahu has been discussing this topic with health officials in recent days, including how and when to launch a green passport, which will further open the door to the economy. “I have had many meetings with the Minister of Health and other professionals to carry the green passport. Netanyahu said: “We plan to achieve this goal as soon as possible, which will allow us to start to normalize our lives. “Even if we do this, we must continue to wear masks for young people and unvaccinated people. “On Thursday night, Netanyahu and Minister of Health Yuli Edelstein went to Ramle to celebrate the vaccination of Israel’s 2 millionth citizen. The year-old kindergarten assistant, she received the first Dose of vaccine. As of press time, more than 153,000 people have received two doses, so they should be immune to the virus within a week. “Every hour or two, I get calls from world leaders,” Neta Nyahu said, “Just ask for help. He said: “Israel has become the world champion of vaccines, but we also have good friends, and I told them we will do our best. “The Prime Minister said that more and more vaccines are being launched from Pfizer. It is expected that the country will carry out another large-scale shipment on Sunday, and there will be more shipments every week thereafter. The goal is to vaccinate about 200,000 people every day. Second dose of vaccine. By the end of March, Israel should have vaccinated more than 5 million people twice. Health officials from the Ministry of Health and the Health Fund said that by next week, Israelis aged 40 or 45 should be able to make appointments for vaccination. Vaccinations People with vaccines and concerns about mutations in the United Kingdom and South Africa will further spread the virus, which complicates the Ministry of Health’s calculation of when to leave. Judging from the total number of new cases per day, it also includes whether severe cases have decreased. This means that as the elderly and high-risk groups receive a second dose, the economy may open up even if the virus is spreading. She made it clear that the reproduction rate must be 1 or lower. The Infectious Disease Research Laboratory of Sheba Medical Center reported It has found another 4 cases of mutations in South Africa. To date, 8 cases have been detected in the country. In addition, the Ministry of Health is promoting a recommendation that people returning from Brazil to the country after the discovery of a new Brazilian coronavirus mutation Israelis should be quarantined in coronavirus hotels. The Ministry of Health said: “We must take action to prevent the variant from entering and spreading in Israel. “The recommendation was made after Japan discovered the variant from travelers in Brazil. The Pfizer coronavirus vaccine appears to be effective against this mutation, just as it is believed to be resistant to mutations in the UK and South Africa.