Israel's central airport, named for the first prime minister
A report published online by the CDC last month found “evidence of asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 on an airplane.”
The unmanned aircraft took off from Ein Shemer Airfield in Northern Israel, an air force base, landed in Ben-Gurion Airport and then returned to Ein Shemer.
According to the plans, Israelis will be allowed to leave and enter Israel through Ben-Gurion Airport, which will continue to operate in accordance with Purple Ribbon standards.
The drive-in testing center will be set up near Terminal 3.
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“Why can’t a country that hacked the Iranian Intelligence [Services] open a [coronavirus] lab in 24 hours?” former Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked asked.
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"I have been doing this for 15 years, flying all over the world, and I have never done a thing like this."
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Currently, Israel's main port of entry - Ben-Gurion Airport - does not have an efficient coronavirus screening protocol in place due to Health Ministry objection.