Information for Family Caregivers & Guardians during the Closure
The current closure (December 2020 – January 2021) poses unique challenges for family members and guardians caring for loved ones from high-risk groups.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions that will help family caregivers behave responsibly while maintaining the well-being and health of their loved ones.
Partners: Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor, Welfare and Social Services, Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Justice, Ministry for Social Equality, Population and Immigration Authority, National Insurance Institute, Caregivers Israel
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