Minister of Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage Rafi Peretz Announced tonight (Saturday) that Corona Blue has been diagnosed. He is the second government minister in Corona. Precede him Yaakov Litzman She fell ill in Corona When he served as Minister of Health in the previous government.
As mentioned, Litzman and his wife contracted the virus in early April, following which the top officials of the state and the Ministry of Health went into isolation. About three weeks later Announced that he had recovered.
Knesset Officer Yosef Griff said that the last day Minister Peretz was in the Mishkan was last Tuesday. He circulated an email to the occupants of the Mishkan in which he stated that he was asking anyone who had been in contact with or near the minister to stay at home and not come to work until instructions were received from the Ministry of Health. Superintendent Griff emphasized in his application that the Knesset continues to work to conduct an epidemiological examination and investigation together with the professionals in the Ministry of Health.
Earlier, the Knesset announced that “after an epidemiological investigation conducted by representatives of the Ministry of Health, it appears that MKs Avi Dichter, Osnat Mark Eli Cohen, were required to go into home isolation in light of their exposure to a verified coronavirus patient who met with them in the Knesset on July 27.”
Ministry of Health Update tonight Because yesterday 1,358 new verifications were diagnosed and 22,890 tests were deciphered. Since yesterday afternoon, 11 Israelis who have been infected with the corona virus have died. Since the outbreak of the plague, 523 Israelis have died.
Yesterday, the Ministry of Health officially published for the first time the full morbidity data of the neighborhoods in Jerusalem, and these indicate A serious outbreak in the ultra-Orthodox and Arab sectors. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 11,879 residents have been infected in Jerusalem, 4,500 more than the second city on the list, Bnei Brak. The number of active patients in Jerusalem – 4,096 – is also the highest in the country, more than twice as high as in Bnei Brak.