Update for Saturday Night, January 2nd at 22:00


Dear Residents,

Shavua Tov.

While the number of patients crossed the 100 mark over the past week, we are currently standing at approximately 89 patients, 9 of whom are new patients from today. Private contacts have been notified.

Gershon Weiss from the Tamar neighborhood has asked us to publish his name and route on public transportation. He was careful to sit in the seat behind the back door or opposite it. Gershon used public transportation on:

Thursday December 31st, he took the 367 at 05:50 from the Tamar to Binyanei HaUma. At 19:00 he took the 44 from Tzomet Hagush to the Tamar.

Wednesday, December 30th, he took the 367 at 17:30 from Binyanei HaUma to the Tamar.

Tuesday, December 29th he took the 367 from the Tamar to Binyanei HaUma at 05:50, and the 367 from Binyanei HaUma to the Tamar at 17:30.

Monday December 28th, he took the 377 at 07:20 from the Tamar to Givat Hamatos and the 367 from Binyanei HaUma to the Tamar at 13:00.

Eyal Zehavi also tested positive and asked us to publish his name.

Residents who have been in contact with them for more than 15 minutes and at a distance of less than 2 meters must go into isolation.

We wish all patients a speedy recovery and good health.

The Home Front Command testing center will run tomorrow as a drive in center in the Machar parking lot from 12:00-19:00. Please bring your teudat zehut and sefach. Minors can only be tested in the presence of an adult. Soldiers can be tested.

Efrat Schools - Recently, many students and staff have gone into isolation. We make every effort to keep schools open, but unfortunately, the following ganim will not open tomorrow: Maayan, Ashalim, Afikim, Telem, Nachshon and Shoval.

In the Mamad Tamar school and Orot Etzion boys, several classes will have distance learning. The schools have sent messages to parents.

Vaccines - Those who are eligible for vaccination at Clalit and Maccabi can make an appointment by calling the kuppah - they can get vaccinated in Efrat.

Meuhedet is bringing a Vaccine Mobile tomorrow, Sunday, January 3, from 11:00-19:00, and on Thursday from 11.00-21.00.

If you are eligible for the vaccine and have not yet been contacted, you can call 02-9939666.

We will keep you updated,

The Public Information Team