Knesset OKs change to privacy law for subsidization of meds for survivors

The Knesset’s Constitution, Law and Justice Committee on Monday approved an amendment to the Protection of Privacy Law meant to ease the subsidization of medication for Holocaust survivors.

The amendment enables the survivors’ names to be transferred to HMOs without compromising their privacy.

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