Israel to end compulsory wearing of masks next week


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Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said Israelis will no longer need masks in closed public spaces from June 15. The directive requiring Israelis to wear masks indoors will be rescinded on June 15, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said. Speaking at an event honoring the medical team, Edelstein noted that Covid-19 has begun to fade rapidly in Israel in recent weeks. Yesterday, for example, only four new cases of the virus were reported and over the past week there were only 111 new cases. “Vaccines have done their job in the field and after we have lifted almost all restrictions on example and civic life, we will now live with the requirement to wear masks, as long as the infection rate remains low,” Edelstein said. Related articles Israel approves Covid vaccines for children aged 12 to 15 years, and Edelstein added: “We have become the first country in the world in terms of vaccinations. And at the peak of infections, five months ago, there were more than 10,000 cases per day. Yesterday it was There are only four. At the height of the virus, there were 1,228 people in hospital who were seriously ill with Covid. Today there are only 37. At the height of the virus, 10% of tests tested positive, and now about 0.1%. What is surprising is that these numbers It has declined while the economy is operating at full capacity.Israel vaccinated 5.45 million people, including 5.14 million in two strokes – most of the country’s adult population. – on June 6, 2021 ©Copyright Globes Publisher Itonut (1983) Ltd 2021 Mask wearing Photo: Shlomi Yosef


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