(Worthy News) – Israel will begin electronic monitoring of people entering the country who are obliged to quarantine, after the cabinet approved the move on Sunday.
While the cabinet approved use of “electronic measures,” the government does not plan to use tracking bracelets, but rather to encourage the use of a smartphone app.
According to the proposal by the Health and Public Security Ministries that was approved by the cabinet, anyone returning from abroad and required to self-isolate will need to use the designated app to send a one-time update to the authorities on their location, after which the state will monitor them. The state made use of this app during previous COVID outbreaks. [ Source: Ha’aretz (Read More…) ]
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