Shin Bet Tracking, Police Check-ups: Pandemic Spurs Rise of Israel's Big Coronavirus Brother

Thanks to the coronavirus, more and more government bodies and private groups are tracking where Israelis are and what they're doing

Refaella Goichman
Refaella Goichman
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Refaella Goichman
Refaella Goichman

A person gets a text message alerting of close contact with a person known to have the coronavirus at a certain date and time. They check and know the information to be erroneous – they were either at home or somewhere far from the alleged carrier. Or the neighbor in the next apartment is a confirmed case and that is probably what alerted the system. Or someone put food at the door of an infected person’s apartment but they never had any direct contact with each other.

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