National fight against the virus 50% of corona patients lie in epidemiological investigation – Security News

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The Home Front Command is escalating in the war against the Corona, recruiting more researchers and questioners who will lead the national effort to cut off the chain of infection.

The head of the Home Front Command’s Corona command center, Brigadier General Nissan Davidi, told Channel 7 today (Thursday) that “when we began the investigation process, we had 700 investigators at our disposal, most of them Ministry of Health personnel, and today we are on the verge of 2,800 investigators reaching 4,000 people. “On a day with a chain amputation system that can reach up to about 200,000 people a week, we will know where they were and whether they are exposed to the virus.”

The test set can sample the suspects within six hours, and within 12 hours the subject will receive a positive or negative answer.

According to Brigadier General Davidi, 12% of the isolates are verified and when there are more isolates there will be fewer infections. In doing so, it became clear that about half or more of those who must be in isolation are not following the guidelines. According to the Home Front Command, about 210,000 people should have been in isolation, but close to 100,000 did not enter it.

Even more than 50% of the appeals against GSS placements are accepted, and therefore fail to prevent the chain. “Without cooperation it will not work. “If the teachers do not come next week to be tested, we have no way to force them and that could be dangerous,” Brigadier General Davidi tells us.

Following reports of a disruption in the investigation into Minister Gila Gamliel’s case, a senior Home Front Command official said that “20 soldiers who entered the epidemiological investigation system without a permit were interrogated, and were denied access to the system.” The source admits that ” to them”.

Home Front Command Control Center

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