Fingerprint Entry at Israeli Mikvah

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mikvahBiometric machines were recently installed at a Petach Tikvah mikvah run by Skver, according to LaDaat.net reported by Arutz Shevah. Those who previously had to swipe a magnetic card to enter the mikvah can now have a machine read their fingerprint to gain entrance to the mikvah.

Askanaim stated that the biometric machines are cost-cutting measures which eliminate the need to distribute magnetic cards to subscribers. They also said that using the hi-tech device will prevent a legitimate subscriber from passing an entry card to a family member or friend, which could cause the mikvah a loss of entrance fees.

{Arutz Shevah/Yair Alpert-Matzav.com Israel}

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