Israel to begin reopening – for the vaccinated


Arutz Sheva: Israel’s Coronavirus Cabinet voted Sunday evening to expand the reopening of the Israeli economy and remove additional restrictions on public activity starting next week, Kan reported.

The decision is aimed primarily at people who have received the coronavirus vaccine, while the unvaccinated will continue to be barred from a number of venues.

While street shops and houses of worship will be open to all, regardless of their vaccination status, limits on the number of people permitted to gather inside at any one given time will remain.

People wait in line at the mall

Other venues, however, will be reopened only for people with valid vaccination certificates, including hotels (without dining rooms), museums, gyms, malls and shopping centers, swimming pools, and sporting and cultural events. Read More