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Israel approves the reopening of restaurants, bars, hotels and museums after two months of coronavirus closure

May 26, 2020

The Israeli government gave the go-ahead for the reopening of restaurants, bars, hotels, museums and swimming pools on Tuesday after almost two months of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic announced by the Ministry of Health.

The ministry has highlighted that tourist attractions, including cable cars and boat trips, can resume their activities from the first Wednesday, provided that social distance, hygiene regulations, and wearing a mask are observed.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the authorities wanted to “make life easier” and allow people to take to the streets and “go back to normal life, have a coffee or a beer,” according to The Times newspaper of Israel ‘.

Israel approves the reopening of restaurants, bars, hotels and museums after two months of coronavirus closure
Israel approves the reopening of restaurants, bars, hotels and museums after two months of coronavirus closure

“I hope there is no need to change the rules,” he said, stressing that the government will monitor events and contagion rates and act in accordance with the situation at all times.

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