Documentation of Bnei Brak: The followers of Viznitz gather and do not wear masks


Yesterday (Monday), journalist Israel Fry published documentation from the city of Bnei Brak at the end of Yom Kippur. The video shows Vizhnitz’s followers standing crowded and waiting for buses to arrive. These did not wear masks and as mentioned gathered without maintaining social distance. Police arrived at the scene and distributed reports.

In another published document, dozens of followers were seen crowding together in the traditional “tish” after Yom Kippur. Shlomi Sagi, an Tel Aviv district AGM officer in the Israel Police, told the GLC this morning: “The organizers of the event received 33 reports. There are Hasidic Hasidim in Bnei Brak who are cooperating, where this did not happen.”

Officials in the municipality said in response that the situation was “uncomfortable” for them, and clarified: “It is not within our authority.”

As you may recall, the number of verified patients in ultra-Orthodox cities and neighborhoods has skyrocketed significantly in the past week. According to officials in the Ministry of Health, the reason for this is Rosh Hashanah prayers and selichot stands. In the ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods of Jerusalem, there was a jump in the number of patients, as well as in Bnei Brak, Beitar Illit, Modi’in Illit and Elad, where thousands of patients were registered. Most of them have been verified in the last week.
The fear of infection is expected to continue in the coming days, after thousands of yeshiva students return to their homes after about a month and a half in the educational institutions.

Yesterday, 1,121 corona patients were diagnosed in 8,105 tests. The small number of tests is due to Yom Kippur. No one died at midnight, and the number of victims stands at 1,507. The percentage diagnosed yesterday is 13.8.

1,541 people are hospitalized in the hospitals. The condition of 755 of them and 207 of them are respiratory. The number of medical staff members currently in very high isolation (4,228).

Participated in the preparation of the article: Hanan Greenwood, Meital Yasur Beit-Or

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