A resident of Bnei Brak recently arrived at a checkpoint set up on Jabotinsky Street in the city with the aim of enforcing the closure, and after coughing heavily, he confessed to the police that he was sick with Corona | The driver was fined NIS 5,000 and returned to his home Police: “The case is taken seriously”
Police forces stationed at the checkpoint near Bnei Brak, on Jabotinsky Street, arrested a driver who raised their suspicion after coughing. At the end of the interrogation, he admitted to the police that he had been diagnosed with corona virus. Apart from the driver, the police found another person, who according to the procedure is supposed to be in solitary confinement.
The driver, a 67-year-old Bnei Brak resident, was fined NIS 5,000 and returned to solitary confinement at his home. Police said that when the vehicle arrived at the checkpoint, the driver was seen coughing heavily, and when questioned by police, he said that he had indeed been diagnosed with blue.
“We take this case seriously, in which a citizen endangers public health in violation of the guidelines and regulations as established and which are intended to fight the virus and interrupt the chain of infections,” police say.
As of this morning (Tuesday), the police have significantly tightened the enforcement of the closure across the country, through additional checkpoints deployed on intercity roads and at city entrances.
As you may recall, large police forces raided the city of Bnei Brak last night (Monday, Monday evening) and enforced dozens of young people, who according to the police were observed in the public space, wearing no masks and keeping a distance of two meters from each other, in stark contrast For guidelines of the Ministry of Health and in violation of the closure.
Police forces have been deployed at various hotspots and roadblocks throughout the city and police say they continue to be stationed in order to maintain public order, public safety and health.
“The Israel Police will continue to work with the authorities and other law enforcement agencies to curb the spread of the virus in order to maintain public peace and health,” the police said.
The police continue to call on the public to obey the instructions, “since their non-existence disrupts the national effort in the fight against the outbreak of the virus and its spread in Israel.”
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