The anti-coronavirus plan which was rejected

PM Netanyahu rejected plan to fight coronavirus which includes appointment of director over the battle against the disease.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

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The defense establishment and the Mossad designed a detailed plan to deal with the fight against the coronavirus, but the plan was rejected. The plan included a testing regime, a technological information system, a National Plasma Center, and the appointment of a single director over the efforts to fight the coronavirus and more, Channel 13 News reported Tuesday evening.

The plan was created in consultation with professionals from the health establishment and is designed to monitor morbidity in Israel and prevent further outbreak of the disease.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu rejected the plan almost as soon as it was presented to him.

Health officials stated that Netanyahu was opposed to the idea of appointing one person to manage the entire fight against the coronavirus.