The Bnei Brak who fell ill in Corona coughed too hard at the police checkpoint


A 67-year-old Corona patient from Bnei Brak will be questioned at a checkpoint set up on Jabotinsky Street and told that he is a verified patient.

A 67-year-old Koruna patient, a resident of Bnei Brak, drove a vehicle and reached a police checkpoint set up on Jabotinsky Street in the city.

In addition to the sick driver, there were two other people in the vehicle.

As the vehicle approached the checkpoint, the driver began to cough heavily, and in an interrogation conducted by the police, he said that he had indeed been diagnosed as a carrier of the virus.

The police officers wrote a report to the driver for breach of isolation and he was returned to his home.

The police said: “We take seriously this case in which a citizen endangers public health in violation of the guidelines and regulations as set forth and which are intended to fight the virus and interrupt the chain of infections.”

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