The deputy mayor of Jerusalem and holder of an education portfolio, Avraham Bezalel, was positive last night (Tuesday) about the coronavirus and now fears that his family will be infected with the virus and calls on the public to obey the instructions, “there is a severe epidemic here and we must wake up.”
According to Bezalel, who began to feel weakness and pain in the bones during the prayers on Yom Kippur but believed that these were symptoms of fasting: “Anyway I fast, so I thought the pains in the joints came from the effort of prayer and fasting together, later also started coughing.
“My son from Saturday did not smell, of course he stayed at home and maintained isolation, after I felt the symptoms, I decided that on the evening of Yom Kippur when my son went for a test, I would also be tested, just to rule out the possibility that I was sick.”
Bezalel claims that he apparently adhered to a limited minyan in which he prayed on Rosh Hashanah: “I do not see any other place where I could be infected, although in the minyan where I prayed they kept all the instructions including adhering to distances and masks throughout the prayer.”
Bezalel emphasizes that he used to adhere strictly to the rules and in any case he adhered: “You must adhere to the rules, but even those who adhere are not immune.”
The deputy mayor describes the feeling after being infected: “The feeling is not so good, I am very weak, in the last few hours I have had a fever, and I am experiencing symptoms like coughs and bone pain.
“The feeling that you still do not know whether your family and children have been infected or not is in itself difficult. It is an unpleasant situation that no one wants to go through.”
“The phone keeps ringing,” Bezalel says: “People keep turning so that I can make sure they are evacuated to a hotel as if I am not in this situation, in this position there is really no freedom.”
The message that Bezalel seeks to convey to the public: “We must strictly adhere to the instructions as conservative and rabbinical members of the Council of Sages headed by the great Rabbi Rosh Yeshiva Hacham Shalom Cohen, who resolutely ordered” to hold all prayers in the open sword, and not to hold all prayers indoors. “
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