The plague doctor, who suffers from tuberculosis and is on death’s door, is ailing.
He is currently in the hospital and is expected to be dead by next week, but the hospital will not open on Sunday due to the pandemic.
In a recent report, the World Health Organization said that a total of 8,800 cases have been recorded in Israel since the beginning of the year, with 6,000 deaths.
While the pandemics have been on the rise in Israel, the epidemic is getting worse, and the ministry of health is looking to reduce the number of cases to around 100.
The government plans to reduce vaccination rates by 50% for the first two months of 2018.
It will also increase the vaccination rate for all children, except those who are under five years old.
The government will also consider introducing an emergency plan to vaccinate children aged 5-11 in the coming days.
The ministry of justice will also expand its measles prevention program to all schools, including public elementary schools.
The move comes as the government considers increasing the age limit for getting married in the Jewish religious community, which is currently the legal age for marriage in Israel.
In a recent speech, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the government would begin a nationwide campaign against the “anti-Semitism” that is rife in the country.
The Prime Minister’s Office did not immediately respond to The Jerusalem Times’ request for comment.
The outbreak in Israel is the latest in a series of outbreaks that have claimed the lives of hundreds of people since the start of the pandestin 2015.
In January 2016, a young man who had contracted the plague from a patient at a private hospital died after contracting the disease in his bedroom.
A few months later, a 16-year-old student from the same hospital was found to have contracted the virus and died after getting sick at a local bar.
In March, a pregnant woman contracted the disease and died at a hospital.