At the entrance to Jasser a-Zarqa, a police checkpoint was erected on Friday, which maintains a sort of "breathable closure" on the locality, in which five Corona patients are known. The police officers stationed at the site ask those who want to enter, ask them for their name, place of residence and where they came from - and the entrance is only possible for the villagers and the residents. At the same time, villagers who want to leave should explain to the forces where they are going. Anyone with no convincing excuse is sent back to the community. In Jasser a-Zarqa, residents still roam the streets and run the risk of many children staying outside their homes without protection.
There are almost no businesses in the locality, and residents are also required to go out to purchase basic products. There is no supermarket, no pharmacy store, and no gas station. Jasser a-Zarqa People's Committee Chairman Sami al-Ali said: "What will a resident who does, within a hundred meters of the exit, end beyond the separation fence between him and Caesarea? What will a resident do that his yard is actually a main street, and the yard of another ten families adjacent to his house? "
"It seems that Bibi did not think of his neighbors from the north, living in the siege, and set parameters according to his spacious villa and his residence in Balfour. Al-Ali added: "In Jasser a-Zarqa, Corona is struggling and internalizing the guidelines, and even doing so in the face of many challenges: overcrowding, poverty, high morbidity, chronic illnesses, lack of isolation space, and scarcity of resources. Employees and workers at the forefront of the Corona war, along with medical staff, are cleaning workers, auxiliary staff and carers and maintenance personnel, in hospitals and medical, geriatric and nursing homes across the country. "
The spirits raged in the town after two young women - cleaning workers in the geriatric ward at Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba - contracted the Corona virus, but chose not to go into isolation. The two, in their 20s, felt bad and had a cough and fever, and a check they found revealed they were carrying the virus. They continued with their routine until residents who were aware of the case reported it.
As a result, 60 additional employees and employees, who regularly travel to work in the hospital, were required to immediately go into isolation and be checked, with 13 of them having no conditions that allow for domestic isolation. Only on Sunday are tests for Meir hospital employees expected. Following the release, a general clinic last night tested 114 people in the community, which has 15,000 residents, and is expected to perform 100 more on Sunday.