Yesterday, the Israeli Ministry of Health announced the entry into force of the obligation to wear a mask in any closed place except for the place of permanent residence, due to the high rates of spread of the Corona virus.
According to the ministry’s statement, the muzzle does not apply to minors under the age of seven and people who have difficulty putting the muzzle or workers in a closed place permanently, as well as sports coaches.
The ministry advised placing masks in places where there are gatherings with the participation of a large number of people in open areas, and it also recommended individuals who have not received vaccination to refrain from participating in gatherings.
The coordinator of the fight against the Corona virus, Professor Nahman Ash, said that the obligation to put masks in closed places comes in the wake of the registration of 227 confirmed cases of corona the day before yesterday.
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