Police leader: Without enforcement of lockdown, coronavirus won’t go away – The Jerusalem Post

Brig.-Gen. Sigal Bar-Tzvi. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT) Brig.-Gen. Sigal Bar-Tzvi, head commander of the policing department of the Israel Police, said in an interview on Tuesday that she was beginning to “see light at the end of the tunnel,” in view of reports that the rate of infection has slowed somewhat since the beginning of the second lockdown on September 18. But she immediately qualified this statement, saying that the virus had been “unpredictable” and that there was no way to know for sure what would happen next.

As the coronavirus cabinet debated changes to existing regulations Tuesday, she said the police were keeping abreast of all the changes and so they could continue enforcement.

Source: Police leader: Without enforcement of lockdown, coronavirus won’t go away – The Jerusalem Post