In Israel has adopted a number of rules and guidelines to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, however, if you experience problems with a particular group of people, who refuse to comply with the rules.
Several ultra-orthodox jewish town of Bnei Brak, close to Tel Aviv, has decided that they will not follow the rules about the distance and small gatherings.
It writes CNN.
Saturday night went with a large group of ultra-orthodox jews through the jewish quarter of the city in large groups, without distance. They were on the way to the funeral of a rabbi, who was named Tzvi Shenkar.
In Israel, one must – as in Denmark – do not assemble more than ten persons.
And it is not the first time that the police have problems with the large groups from the religious community.
A week earlier, we held a jewish wedding with around 150 guests present.
There was even one of the guests, who had been ordered to be quarantined, police have disclosed. He and three others were arrested during the celebrations.
After the numerous violations of particular forsamlingsforbuddet, has now deployed specialehed from the police in the particularly orthodox, jewish areas, which have the task of informing and keeping an eye on the religious groups.
It has resulted in several physical and verbal clashes. There is, among others, been shouted ‘murderers’ and ‘nazis’ by the police.
As a result of the many violations of the ban, the number of infected individuals significantly higher in special jewish areas.
At the Tel Hashomer hospital in Tel Aviv is 60 percent of the patients are ultra-orthodox jews.