MDA Beit Shemesh activists continue to distribute antigen tests prior to returning to school, today ( September 26th)
Here are the distribution locations throughout the city:
Shiber Sports Hall – until 22:00
MDA station – until 20:00 IKEA – until 20:00
Nahal Kishon Shopping Center, Yeshayahu, Yechezkel HaNavi, Osher Ad- all until 21:00
Big, Shaarei Hair, Best Market, Super Hatzlacha, Naimi Mall, Shufersal Deal- all until 15:00.
In the evening, a distribution point will be located near the Mayor’s sukkah in the Naimi mall complex.
Mayor Dr. Aliza Bloch: “We are continuing to make every effort so that we can return to a continuous learning routine after the holidays. MDA activists in the city are working hard to make sure that every parent in Beit Shemesh receives a test kit and I thank them for that. Together and thanks to the fruitful cooperation, we will be able to maintain the health of our children and preserve a much-needed routine”.
The tests are intended to be performed upon the day of return from the holiday.
In order to receive the kit, one must come with a TZ and sefach.
Parents can come alone, there is no need to come with the children!
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