Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon this week unveiled an 80 billion shekel economic assistance plan, which they said offers payments and loans aimed at helping businesses and the self-employed hard-hit by the coronavirus outbreak. But critics say the plan offers too little, and that there are independent employees and businesses that because of their structure, are not even eligible for assistance.  KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from Gil Vaknin, CEO of Bytech, a company that manages the domestic tourism site, and a member of the association of independent employees and businesses in Israel.