Zohar Eli, former director of MDA's drive center and director of United Hatzalah, today participated in the health committee that discussed the law that will unite Israel's rescue centers.

"Over 3,000 Hatzalah drivers (out of 6,200) are not connected to the national drive app as required by the Ministry of Health - because MDA is not willing to connect them.

We beg MDA to give us information. Drives are knocking on doors at the address to look for the case because MDA does not want to give them the exact location. This is a disgrace. I know the data closely - you can not lie to me." Eli added that until 2018 he served as the director of the Magen David Adom drive center.