In recent days, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed to Moshe Bar-Siman Tov, the former director general of the Ministry of Health, to return to a senior management position in the fight against the corona virus, Adir Janko revealed this morning (Wednesday) in Yedioth Ahronoth.
According to the report, the proposal came towards the expected retirement of Prof. Roni Gamzo, the current Corona projector, from his post, towards the end of October.
Senior health officials said the proposal for a good sign bar would likely focus on managing a return to routine but at the same time the proposal has not yet been finalized.
Bar Siman Tov is expected to respond to the offer in the coming days and according to a report in Yedioth, he is seriously considering accepting it.
Recall, in the first wave of the Corona, after ending his role as Director General of the Ministry of Health with the formation of the new government, Bar Siman Tov received an offer to return to an executive position on the Corona issue, but refused.
Bar Siman Tov responded that “government officials consult with me from time to time and I express my opinion regarding the situation, but no concrete proposal has been made.”
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In an interview with the Marciano Foundation in the main edition of News 12, Bar-Siman Tov explained the increase in morbidity and said that “we went back to routine instead of returning to Corona’s routine. When we saw the numbers go up we didn’t fix it right away.” Bar a good sign made it clear that “it’s okay we tried” to get back to routine, “but the problem is that we did not correct the decision in time.”
He pointed an accusing finger at the education system and said that “at first we went out in an orderly fashion, the studies in the lower grades were in capsules and then it eroded.” He said, “The kids got mixed up in classes and in the afternoons on shuttles. We started negotiating with the virus and he doesn’t like being cornered. 200-300,000 teaching staff all over the country and walking around, if the rules are not followed the virus is valid.”
And what is his opinion on the second closure? In his opinion, he has a chance to succeed because there are no studies in educational institutions. “It is admittedly less effective than what we took in the first wave because people are less strict about the rules and there are more gatherings,” says Bar Siman Tov, “which means the closure will have to be longer.”
When asked about the Gamzo traffic light, Bar Siman Tov said that “I have a hard time seeing the traffic light work. A person living in Bnei Brak will not go to a restaurant in Ramat Gan? My son’s assistant in the green neighborhood of Jerusalem and she comes from a red neighborhood, will not come to work?”.
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