IDF: there will be no herd immunity policy

IDF: there will be no herd immunity policy

As part of an assessment by Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi regarding the spread of the Omicron strain, it was decided to focus on maintaining core units.

Kohavi also instructed to continue wearing masks and separate the soldiers into capsules within the units – up to 100 fighters indoors and 200 in the open.

The operational activities of the reserve units will continue consistently.

In addition, the IDF decided do not have a herd immunity policy. As part of the fight against the Omicron strain, the IDF has distributed tens of thousands of antigen tests to various departments and purchased almost a million antigen tests.

The IDF currently has 6,380 confirmed patients.

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