The meeting of the Sailing Committee No. 3, which took place last Wednesday, while maintaining distance and wearing masks, was opened by the mayor, Dr. Yehiel Lasri, when he dedicated the meeting to the subject of the corona.
“We are happy that there is one address for the Corona issue and for the entire lineup – Professor Gamzo,” he said, noting the importance of appointing a national professor who will head “a body that integrates the lineup and will greatly contribute to the fight against the Corona virus.”
The great news of a national commissioner who will head the program, which has been dubbed “Magen Israel,” was presented by Prof. Roni Gamzo at a well-publicized press conference from which several new principles emerge, which the mayor emphasized at the committee meeting.
“In fact we are seeing a new contract with the public and restoring public confidence in the system,” Dr Lasri said of the plan and stressed the importance of the matter which will help organize the information and convey it in a clear and coordinated manner.
Dr. Lasri noted that under the new plan, the fight against amputation would be carried out by the following means: increasing test kits to be more comprehensive and rapid, actively involving the military in conducting epidemiological investigations and assisting the civilian system.
Accompaniment of PKAR and close cooperation with the police and local leadership who are already being praised for their performance in Ashdod.
In “Magen Israel” special emphasis was placed on the activities of the local authorities and the mayor welcomes this and notes that the local authority has accumulated a lot of experience and capabilities that put them in an advantage over the residents, and expresses hope that there will be a quick revision of the plan. Of Professor Gamzo.
Lachish District Commander Col. Azuelos Marco, joined the mayor’s position, noting that “the authority is the cornerstone of the plan and no one can do it better than the mayor and his people.”
Azuelos spoke about the civic responsibility required at this time and the important implications that the field of information, supervision and auditing in the field and the tasks that PKAR has taken on in the field of civilian assistance.
Additional references concerned the coordination of joint work between all enforcement agencies, such as conducting “purple mark” tours, conducting inspections to certify inspectors, and emphasizing information and inclusion while showing tolerance and forbearance in the public sphere.