Following Blue and White MK Michal Cotler-Wunsh's appeal, Population and Immigration Authority reviewed the criteria allowing family visits from abroad, according to Maariv. Now, Wunsh is struggling to include the 183 women that gave birth before the new changes took effect. As someone who made aliyah from Canada when she was 17, MK Michal Cotle-Wunsh understands the importance of familial support for olim, especially during these difficult times. Wunsh is working hard to allow family visits for olim and lone soldiers, despite the restrictions that are in place due to the coronavirus outbreak. In an interview with Maariv, Wunsh said that "following my appeal to the Population and Immigration Authority, some two weeks ago the criteria for family visits from abroad were revised."Wunsh further added that "the new criteria allowing families to visit expectant mothers, a month before and a month after they give birth.Recently, some 183 olim women that gave birth since the outbreak have asked me to ensure that the new criteria will apply for them as well, so that their parents can come and see them." Wunsh shared her personal story, "as someone who made aliyah herself and gave birth by entirely by herself I can say that being alone during this time is not exactly an easy thing. The need for the new olim for familial support is legitimate, and is essential for their continued stay in Israel."