Medical offices have less operational hours (or none), so the few hours they are open, they are typically overbooked. Don’t forget that Medical Care during the Holidays includes the eve of holidays! The eve of a holiday (Erev Chag) is usually a half working day, with offices and pharmacies closed around 12 noon.
What does this mean for me?
Do not depend on any medical services during the intermediate days (Chol Hamoed) of Succot!!
To ensure a healthy holiday follow these EMA Care tips:
Also note: Public transportation may be limited, and may end early – especially on the eve of holidays. There also may be road closures due to parades and festivals and holiday activities.
EMA Care wishes you a wonderful holiday! Medical care may be a bit more complicated but Succot in Israel is the best. Chag Sameach!!
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Thank you for the zoom (and all your updates). It was great. I wish the news was like that. Straight forward, factual, unemotional. Bravo to both of you ladies!!