Checkpoint Archive photo: Israel Police
The national struggle to stop the spread of the Corona virus: Yesterday, the police uncovered a verified Corona patient at an inspection checkpoint on the Paz Bridge in Haifa, who arrived at the checkpoint in his vehicle together with other passengers in the vehicle.
As part of a national effort to curb the spread of the corona virus, police have deployed roadblocks on major arteries for enforcement and oversight following Ministry of Health guidelines.
Meanwhile, Haifa police revealed yesterday, at an inspection checkpoint on the Paz Bridge in the city, a resident of Shefar’am who arrived at the checkpoint in his car with two other passengers when, according to Ministry of Health records, he was a verified corona patient required to stay at home.
The police officers fined the driver NIS 5,000, along with a demand to return to his home immediately in accordance with the instructions, and the two passengers who were with him were required to report to the Ministry of Health that you were with a Corona patient and follow the isolation guidelines.
The police call on the public to obey the guidelines and directives of the Ministry of Health, as their non-existence disrupts the national effort in the fight against the outbreak of the virus and its spread in Israel.
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