Le nouveau coordinateur de la lutte contre le coronavirus en Israël, Nachman Ash (1) a annoncé jeudi que les autorités sanitaires commenceraient à octroyer un nouveau « passeport vert » à ceux qui réalisent un test sérologique et possèdent des anticorps contre la Covid-19.
Il a déclaré que les documents seraient délivrés aux Israéliens qui sont de ce fait moins susceptibles d’être infectés ou de transmettre le virus, y compris ceux qui se sont désormais guéris.
(1) NACHMAN ASH. Born in Israel in 1961. He received his MD degree from Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University in 1986. Completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Sheba Medical Center in 1997.
In 2001 received an MS degree in Medical Informatics from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health, Sciences, and Technology, Boston, US. Prof. Ash has also a Master’s degree in political sciences from the University of Haifa.
Prof. Ash has been a military physician for 25 years. He retired in the rank of Brigadier General in 2011, after completing intensive 4 years as the Surgeon General of the IDF.
Between Jan 2012 and July 2013 served as a senior Deputy Director-General for Health Informatics in the Ministry of Health.
In August 2013 Prof. Ash joined Maccabi Healthcare Services (MHS) as the chief Director of the “Sharon” district. A year later he was promoted to be the Director of the Health Division of MHS, a position that he currently holds.
Nachman Ash is a Professor at Ariel University, the School of Health Sciences, the department of health systems management.