Haredi community uses coronavirus self-test kits to avoid quarantine

There has been a high demand for coronavirus self-test kits in the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) community in an attempt to avoid quarantine, according to a report by N12 News on Friday.
The increased coronavirus morbidity rates in the haredi community has led many to issue orders for coronavirus self-test kits, through various private import companies.
According to the N12 News report, a "quiet directive" was spread across haredi communities via WhatsApp groups, instructing people to avoid government testing and to do so privately. 
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