Israel has set up rapid coronavirus testing stations across the country, the Magen David Adom (MDA) emergency service says, as the government tries to stave off another pandemic lockdown.
“Following a request from the Ministry of Health, Magen David Adom on Sunday opened 120 rapid detection stations,” an MDA statement says.
The testing centers are aimed at the non-vaccinate who need a health pass to enter certain venues. Results are received in 15 minutes.
Since this morning, unvaccinated people must present a negative COVID-19 test less than 24 hours old, and this rule will be extended to children under 12 from August 20.