The Ministry of Health updated that 40 new verified Lorient omicrons were identified today (Sunday). To date, 175 verified individuals have been identified in Israel:
113 verified returnees from South Africa, England, France, USA"In the United Arab Emirates, Hungary, Italy, Namibia, Tanzania, Germany, Morocco, Spain, Serbia, Belgium, Cyprus and Turkey.
• 31 verified contacts of returnees from South Africa, England, USA"In and France.
• 17 in the community (three events).
• 14 in testing.
Of those 175 verified: 53 unprotected (unvaccinated, recovering half a year after recovery, and vaccinated in a second dose half a year after vaccination), 122 protected and one unknown.
There is a high suspicion of another 380 cases of Lorient Omicron exposure for which the flooring results have not yet been received:
• 211 – Circular returns"To.
• 46 – Contacts.
• 123 – In the community.
Of the total verified and"High suspicion" (555):
• 229 with symptoms.
• 325 without symptoms.
• 1 in the testing process.
At this point, those who have been exposed (including vaccinated / recovering) to the verified Lorient Omicron or to those defined in"High suspicion", Should perform a PCR test and go into isolation for 14 days with the option to shorten isolation on the 7th day after a negative PCR test result.