(Worthy News) – Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday agreed with senior health officials on an expansion of COVID-19 restrictions, according to multiple reports, in an effort to stem a spike in coronavirus cases driven by the Delta variant.
Among those taking part in the meeting, as Israel recorded some of its worst morbidity figures in months, were Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz; the directors of the Prime Minister’s Office and the Health Ministry; public health chief Sharon Alroy-Preis; and other professionals from the health and finance ministries.
The sides agreed to recommend that the Green Pass apply to most events and leisure activities, meaning Israelis will have to show proof they are vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19, or tested negative for the virus in the past 72 hours, in order to enter most businesses. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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