Siren test set for Monday morning in Haifa area

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December 29, 2015 16:13

 
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The IDF Home Front Command will set off sirens in the Haifa area on Wednesday morning as part of a drill.

Sirens will go off at 10:05 a.m. in Haifa, Nesher, and Tirat Hacarmel, while Haifa residents will receive mock projectile alert text messages to their mobile phones.

The IDF said the drill has been planned ahead of time and is aimed at safeguarding readiness.

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