As Israel prepares for a possible second wave of the novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry has been accused of providing conflicting messages.
The ministry ordered hospitals to prepare for reopening of coronavirus wards due to increasing morbidity in recent weeks, Hebrew-language outlet Haaretz reported.
On the other end, Associate Director-General Prof Itamar Grotto told Israel’s public radio Kan that “there is no reason to go backwards, we can open the economy. We need to get used to living with the coronavirus, and yet fight [it] as we know — with epidemiological investigations, patient tracing and usage of masks.”
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