Ilana Rachel is active in Jerusalem as a health advisor and information officer for a new political party (Rappeh) that is heavily opposed by the regime. She came with an emotional outcry for help from Jerusalem. At record speed, the government is trying to vaccinate the entire population - including pregnant women and small children - against the corona virus.
Israel has unveiled a coronavirus-tracking bracelet as an alternative to a two-week quarantine for incoming travelers, sparking privacy concerns.
Ordan Trabelsi, the CEO of SuperCom, the company behind the bracelet, said:
"Nobody is forced to do it, but for those who are interested, it gives them another option: more flexibility. We call it a ‘freedom bracelet’ because we are not locking anybody up, but rather giving them the opportunity to go home."