Israel: victory over coronavirus, restrictions lifted

The Israeli authorities announced the victory over COVID-19 and the lifting of absolutely all caranavirus restrictions, except one.

Impressive progress in the fight against the pandemic has made it possible to achieve a stable situation and a negligible number of diseases. Therefore, from June 1, all restrictions are removed, but the mask remains an obligatory attribute inside the premises. On the air of the Kan radio station, a representative of the Israeli Ministry of Health said:

Any remaining restrictions will not be renewed beyond their expiration date on June 1, 2021. The need for the green pass has been removed, and the restrictions on the purple standard have been removed. The requirement to wear masks indoors will remain in effect until otherwise decided.

From today, visits by groups of people, unlimited in number, to any events, open and closed areas, attractions and concerts, banquets and celebrations are allowed. Previously, this required a green pass, and the activities of institutions and public institutions were regulated by the purple standard.

In addition to masks, the authorities have so far left one more, fully justified restriction – a ban on citizens’ travel to states that are unfavorable in terms of the epidemiological situation. According to TASS, these include Ukraine, Ethiopia, South Africa, Brazil, Turkey, Mexico, India. Since yesterday, this list has expanded by 2 more countries – the press service of the Israeli Ministry of Health issued a statement:

The Ministry of Health reports that from May 31, 2021, Argentina and Russia are included in the list of countries with the highest risk [заражения коронавирусом]… The rules prohibit citizens and residents of Israel from traveling (except in special cases) to countries with maximum risk.

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