Health Minister Yuli Edelstein made it clear this morning (Tuesday) that the general closure imposed last Friday will not be lifted after Sukkot.
“The closure will not be lifted immediately after Sukkot – I say unequivocally,” Edelstein said in an interview here. “There is no scenario that in ten days we will pick it all up and say ‘everything’s over, everything’s fine.’ There may be changes for the better, but following lessons learned from what happened to us in April – we will come out gradually and responsibly. No pressure will help. “The economy and the whole fabric of our lives will be gradual and slow.”
Edelstein criticized the demonstrations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in the shadow of the Corona plague: “It will end in thousands more patients and more seriously ill in hospitals. We all need to take responsibility. I signed with a trembling hand to close all synagogues in Israel. Nothing will happen if people find ways “Others protest. It is definitely their right, but it is possible to do so without gathering and without breaking all the rules.”
Edelstein referred to the goal set by the prime minister for the health system, according to which she must prepare for the treatment of 1,500 critically ill patients starting this coming Thursday: “Because there is an increase in new infections – it can be reflected in critically ill patients. We will get there, but we will also be prepared for difficult scenarios “
The minister rejected the claim that Netanyahu failed to manage the corona crisis: “The prime minister is involved in everything that is happening. I have not yet seen a prime minister grab the corona by the throat, throw it into the sea and announce victory. This struggle is not simple. Some decisions could have been made differently. We are learning lessons, and we are currently making every effort not to repeat the mistakes of the past. “
Referring to the expected termination of the Corona Commissioner’s post at the end of next month, Edelstein said: “Prof. Gamzo has announced in advance that he is coming in for three months. I was very happy that he agreed to take on this difficult struggle. November 1 – We will have to find a projector who will continue his work. “
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