In light of the declining trend in morbidity data in bright red cities, the Corona National Commissioner has decided to recommend, after consultation with professionals, the cities of Beit Shemesh and Kiryat Malachi as well as a number of Jerusalem neighborhoods from the list of high-morbid cities where the closure will continue.
Prof. Gamzo will also recommend limiting the duration of the closure to Wednesday at midnight, estimating that if the trend continues, there will probably be no red cities in Israel.
These are the red cities according to the updated morbidity data: Rechasim, Elad, Bnei Brak, Jerusalem – The following neighborhoods: Ramat Shlomo, Ramot Alon, Neve Orot, Ramot Poland, Ramot A, Ramot B, Ramot C, Ramot D, Ramat Eshkol, Sanhedria neighborhoods, Ezrat Torah, Mahanayim , Tel Arza, Shikun Chabad, Maalot Dafna, Givat Hamivtar, Arazi HaBira, Shmuel Hanavi, Givat Shaul, Romema Illit, Metersdorf, Kiryat Sanz, Kiryat Belza, Romema and Makor Baruch.
The calculation of the red cities is carried out in accordance with the scores of the traffic light plan: a score of 8 or higher, for at least five consecutive days and a number of verified patients of half a percent of all new verified.
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