(Worthy News) – Israel will not be extending the Green Pass regulations, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett confirmed on Thursday.
The decision was made in a meeting with senior health and other officials. The Green Pass is set to expire on March 1.
Green Pass restrictions had already been reduced earlier this month, such that Israelis no longer have to show their Green Pass, which indicates that they are vaccinated, recovered or have tested negative within the last 24 hours, in order to enter restaurants, movie theaters, gyms and hotels. However, a Green Pass is still required for large gatherings, such as those at event halls or dance clubs. [ Source: JNS (Read More…) ]
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