Health Ministry head slams attacks on professionals, says Green Pass may be no more – The Times of Israel

Speaking to the press, Health Ministry director Nachman Ash lashes out at what he says is “slime” being hurled at health professionals, seemingly referring to claims that senior Health Ministry official Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis pressured a teachers union head to call a strike in protest over the government’s decision to nix quarantine for schoolchildren.
“In the last few days, and not just, Health Ministry professionals have come under personal attack which crosses all lines,” he fumes.
He also indicates that the Green Pass system may be headed for the dustbin.
“The rules expire next week. We’re looking into various possibilities, whether to extend it for a certain period or to extend it at all,” he says.
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