Israel The government announced on Friday (5) that the one-month detention, which starts on Sunday, will be phased out but international flights will be suspended until February 20.
The country has already carried out four stringent detentions, launching a vaccination campaign since December, in which 3.3 million people have already received at least two doses of the Kovid-19 immunizer.
However, despite the restrictions, January was the deadliest month of the Pandemic, with more than a thousand deaths.
According to the latest balance sheet of the Ministry of Health, more than 675,000 cases and 5,019 deaths have been registered in the country of 9 million people. Israel registers 6,500 new infections every day.
The government has approved a proposal by the Prime Minister and the Health Minister to ease control measures from Sunday, the head of the government office said in a statement on Friday.
From Sunday, citizens will be able to travel more than a kilometer from their homes, and some services, such as hairdressers, will reopen.
Parks and nature reserves will reopen with restrictions and restaurants will prepare food for the trip.
International flights to and from Ben Gurion International Airport have been suspended from January 24 and will not resume until February 20, the government said.
Israel’s land borders will remain closed until further notice.
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