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Global COVID-19 test provider quits Israel over Health Ministry antics

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'We no longer believe the Ministry of Health'

Global COVID-19 test provider quits Israel over Health Ministry antics

Global corporation AID Genomics Sunday announced it will be halting all investments in Israel and laying off 400 of its 650 Israeli employees, retaining the minimum to fulfill its contractual obligations in the country. 

The company, which has provided over 2 million RT-PCR test kits to the State of Israel and invested over NIS 300 million ($87,280,000), says it is stopping all R&D because it no longer trusts Israel’s Health Ministry. 

“We no longer believe the Ministry of Health,” said CEO and Co-Founder Snir Zano, according to Calcalist. “We invested tens of millions of shekels developing our technology in Israel, but we were held back for many months. We no longer believe the State of Israel.” 

“In addition, we suffered massive damage in the tens of millions of shekels with the Ben-Gurion airport tender,” he continued. “I don’t see any reason to have an R&D center in Israel when the regulator takes my innovation and transfers it to others. I invested NIS 300 million (approximately $88 million) and everything is being transferred to others. We are now laying off hundreds of people and it breaks my heart, but it is the state which chased us away from here.” 

Zano is in good company. 

As reported by America’s Frontline News in March, a study among 1,002 Israelis found that less than 17% trusted the Health Ministry over other health experts earlier in the pandemic, and less than 50% considered the Health Ministry’s information to be “very” or “extremely” reliable.  

The study also found that 65.8% want the Health Ministry to publish the data it gave to Pfizer, and 72.7% want the government to publish the side effects of the vaccine, according to Channel 12. 

Israel’s Health Ministry has made little attempt to hide its inconsistencies or lack of data. In a recent report by America’s Frontline News, the ministry was unable to back up its claim that COVID-19 causes brain damage in children, a claim that was used to justify child vaccines. 

Earlier this month, the Health Ministry was caught hiding data on child vaccines from the public while approving boosters for children 5-11. 

Last month, America’s Frontline News revealed the Ministry had been using incorrect data for months to justify its forced vaccinations. 

Also last month, the Health Ministry went so far as to create a new unit dedicated to prosecuting those who speak ill of the vaccine. 

In May, the Health Ministry tried attacking a peer-reviewed study showing cardiac events caused by the COVID-19 injections but refused to discuss it.  

When a study found the fourth COVID shot to be unimpressive, the Health Ministry commissioned a new one and bullied a hospital head into restraining her criticism of the injection. 

And while the ministry promised pregnant women the COVID injections were entirely safe, it admitted in April that it had no data to support that claim. 

In February, Laniado Hospital ER Director Dr. Amir Shahar accused the Health Ministry of feeding false information and a distorted COVID-19 narrative to the public, including grossly misrepresenting data. 

A letter from the Health Ministry in December 2021 admitted that there is no scientific basis for mask wearing but continued to enforce a mask mandate until April 2022. 

In September 2021 Israel Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz was caught on hot mic admitting there was no epidemiological basis for forced vaccinations but continued to enforce it until February 2022. 

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