Four yeshivot began operating with the departure of Yom Kippur in the form of Corona hotels. This is after an assessment of the situation led by Defense Minister Bnei Gantz, and in light of the yeshiva students’ vacation from Yom Kippur. The operation of these hotels is in addition to other meetings that will remain to work in this format.
Accordingly, and in coordination with the Haredi desk at the Ministry of Health and the Committee of Yeshiva Heads, the Ministry of Defense prepared the yeshivot for the absorption of patients. The yeshivas have received guidance from the Home Front Command, accommodation will be made there, and they will be provided with food, sacred needs and various means that will enable the absorption of sick students. All this is under the supervision of the Ministry of Health. The yeshivas that were opened for this purpose are the Yeshiva of Hebron in Jerusalem, the Yeshiva of the Novels of the Rim in Tel Aviv, the Yeshiva of Lev Hashimcha in Arad and the Yeshiva of Sheftei Tzadik in Hatzor HaGlilit. The Ministry of Defense is working to run a number of more meetings in this outline, and in addition, three more Corona hotels will be opened this week, which will allow the absorption of families and individuals, mainly from ultra-Orthodox society.
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