Regulated Access at ADI Jerusalem – No Exceptions!

In an ongoing effort to keep the Coronavirus out, ADI Jerusalem maintains an extremely strict policy for anyone seeking to come in, no matter who or what the reason.

And so it was that ADI Jerusalem volunteer Chaya Wolfstal was manning ADI’s protective entrance station when she stopped her own father, Voli Wolfstat, Magen David Adom volunteer in charge of ADI’s weekly Coronavirus tests, for a temperature check before allowing him to access the building.

Weekly activity at ADI Jerusalem ends with a standard Coronavirus test implemented by Magen David Adom volunteers. With utmost patience, the Magen David Adom agents test all personnel, beginning with ADI Jerusalem director Shlomit Grayevski and including teachers, caregivers, maintenance staff and volunteers, after which each person receives a small candy attached to a note, “You Test, You Protect!!!”.

Thanks Voli, and the entire Magen David Adom crew, for helping us keep COVID-19 out of ADI.

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