Hundreds Of IDF Soldiers Enter Isolation After COVID Exposure

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Hundreds of soldiers from the Nachshon Battalion entered isolation amid suspicions that they came into contact with a coronavirus patient.

Yisrael Hayom reported that a soldier in the battalion threw a birthday party at a pool for herself over the last weekend. The soldier will likely face disciplinary action when she recovers.

One of the guests at the party was a patient who had tested positive for the coronavirus. The patient came into contact with the soldier who threw the party as well as her friends. Seveal days later, the soldiers were tested for the virus and several, including the soldier who hosted the party, were found to have contracted the disease.

The soldiers are in isolation at an IDF base on the Golan Heights.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. Had all the people in Israel who are not feeling well taken a test, the entire country would be in quarantine. B”H many Israelis, both chareidim and chilonim throughout the country, are not playing along with the government’s stupidities and don’t make a big to do about their not feeling well, saving entire buildings, streets and yeshivos from being locked down.

    • “saving entire buildings, streets and yeshivos from being locked down” while infecting their families and communities with the coronavirus.

      • Idiot, since it’s airborne and not contagious, as was reported, NOBODY gets infected. How is it that one person can have the fever and nobody else in the entire household or shul gets sick?

        • Coronavirus is airborne AND contagious.
          Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky and the Rosh Yeshiva of Ponovetz believe coronavirus is contagious and that we must take all the necessary precautions to prevent getting sick and / or infecting others.

  2. To 424p. And the earth is flat. And the moon walks were a hoax. And measles shots give cooties. Just remember to take your meds and look at reality.

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