Tue. Jun 25th, 2024
Israel | Abducted individuals back with good health, scheduled for release later this week

Yesterday, four abductees were flown to Sheba Medical Center by helicopter, surrounded by family, friends, and other supporters waving Israeli flags. They were admitted to separate rooms near the central hospital tower and underwent a thorough admission protocol developed by Sheba experts as there was no prior experience in treating individuals who had experienced prolonged and violent captivity.

Upon admission, the abductees underwent a series of tests including a physical examination and blood tests to check their overall health. They were accompanied by medical staff, social workers, and their family members throughout the process to provide support. Officials at Sheba reported that the abductees were in good medical condition and good spirits. One of them, Noa Argamani, was transferred to Ichilov Medical Center for further treatment due to her mother’s serious health condition.

Prof. Roni Gamzo expressed concerns about the mother’s ability to identify her daughter but believed that she understood her daughter had returned. The abductees are being well cared for and supported during their recovery process. According to officials at Sheba, they are expected to be released in the coming days, possibly as soon as tomorrow.

By Aiden Nguyen

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