Israeli parliament approves digital tracking of people arriving from abroad
On March 17th, the Israeli Knesset (Parliament) approved a bill allowing the digital tracking of people arriving from abroad and who would have to go into quarantine. Travellers will be tracked using digital tracking bracelets, or other means like cell phone bracelet. According to Haaretz, Deputy Health Minister Yoav Kisch said 5,000 digital bracelets will be available for use the same week, and that 30,000 more will be acquired over the next three months.
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