Daily update as of Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

18/03/2020

Daily update as of Wednesday, March 18,  2020 at 3:00 p.m.

Dear residents,
As previously published, there are currently 3 Efrat residents who have been diagnosed with Coronavirus.  The names of the patients and  the guidelines are in the attached link:
https://www.facebook.com/mmefrat/photos/a.328243007260085/2809081475842880/?type=3&theater
We wish them a complete and speedy recovery, and we encourage everyone to adhere to the Ministry of Health guidelines and stay at home.
Residents who have been examined by MADA and have not yet received their test results are asked to fill out the attached form so that we can assist in speeding up the response.
The Moetz will not receive the test results, only the person tested will receive the result.
https://ctconnect.co.il/forms/form?f=818e54f6e429251668cf247100e799cf

As stated in accordance with the General Guidelines on Reducing Employees in Offices, the number of employees in the Moetzal has been substantially reduced.
Please understand that the amount of services we can currently provide is limited.

In order to answer all incoming telephone calls to the Moetza, the switchboard has made adjustments:
From 07: 30-15: 00 you can call and reach the security center, the municipal center, social services and the psychological service.
As of 3:00 pm, all calls will be forwarded to the security center. You can also leave a message via the app or send an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Public Transport - Public transportation has been reduced. The various bus lines will stop working until at 20:00 each evening and resume in the morning.
There will be no busses from Thursday at 20:00 until Sunday morning.
Line 409 to Beit Shemesh will not operate until further notice.
For details on specific lines please call *8787

The men's mikvahs are closed according to the decision of the Mira Dathra Rabbi Riskin and the mayor, Oded Ravivi

The psychological service has opened a hotline for  students, parents, educators, and others who need support.
 Call 02-9939333 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM,
You are welcome to contact us for advice and support.

We would like to thank all the volunteers again, especially the neighborhood resilience teams, for their hard work and dedication, working day and night for the residents of Efrat.

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