Two months after the abolition of the rigid quarantine Israel returned to the prohibition of mass gatherings of citizens, the decision on 6 July adopted by the government of the country, informs the Jerusalem Post.
Clubs, bars, gyms, public swimming pools and cultural events will be closed. In the restaurants will not allow more than 20 people inside and 30 on the summer terrace.
Increased penalty for not wearing the masks in a public place.
Allowed to carry not more than 20 passengers on the same bus. Government agencies are required to transfer 30% of staff work remotely.
The most heated debate centred on the proposals to close the synagogue. In the end, the Cabinet of Ministers has limited the number of simultaneously praying – no more than 19 people.
The decision to tighten anti-crisis measures taken amid a sharp increase in the number of new cases of coronavirus infection. Since July 5, the diagnosis COVID-19 set of 818 residents of Israel. There are 12 359 active cases, 88 patients are in serious condition.
Since the beginning of the outbreak in Israel was ill 30 749 people died 334.
June 20, Israel announced the second wave of the epidemic of the coronavirus.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.