The enforcement of the Law for Prohibition of the Consumption of Prostitution in the context of the coronavirus health crisis has been a disaster for Sex Workers. There was an increase in violence against them and a deterioration of their material and mental condition. The government program does not address the needs of Sex Workers, including livelihoods, housing and personal security. No steps have been taken to promote alternative employment, consistent with the legislature's lack of intent to decrease harm against Sex Workers. Argaman and other civic organizations recommend avoiding law enforcement, deletion of police records for Sex Workers, delegate a budget for assistance and make existing responses accessible.