Israeli Cabinet okays green pass, exempts children under 12

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JPost: Starting next Thursday, July 29, gatherings with more than 100 participants will start functioning under the Green Pass outline, but children under 12 will be exempt, the coronavirus cabinet decided Thursday.

In addition, the ministers said the UK, Turkey, Cyprus and Georgia will be added to the list of countries under the travel ban, subject to the approval of the full government.

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The Health Ministry released new data showing that the vaccine remains 91% effective against severe cases of COVID-19, and only two mild heart inflammation cases occurred among children aged 12 to 15.

Israel Reopens to Its Fully Vaccinated 'Green Pass' Holders - The New York Times

Regarding the Green Pass system for Israelis above the age of 12, and therefore eligible for a vaccine, access to cultural and sports venues, gyms, restaurants and dining halls, conferences, tourist attractions and houses of worship will be reserved only for people who are fully vaccinated, have recovered or have had a negative test performed in the previous 72 hours.
For the first few days, the unvaccinated will be able to undergo a test for free; after August 8, they will have to do it at their own expense. Read More