Israel opens beaches, synagogues, mosques after lockdown

Source : 112 Ukraine

Besides, the citizens may visit museums and galleries
20:24, 20 May 2020


On May 20, Israel opened beaches, synagogues, mosques, and Christian churches after the long-term lockdown, as NEWSru reported.

On Tuesday, the government confirmed the proper decision with the observation of the number of conditions: particularly, not more than 50 people may stay in a room, the distance between people should make at least two meters, everyone should wear masks.

Related: Financial losses of Ukrainian malls reach $261 million amid lockdown

In its turn, each synagogue, mosque, and the church should choose a responsible for observation of these rules.

Moreover, the beach season officially starts on Wednesday. From May 19 until May 22, according to the order of the health minister, the wearing of masks is not obligatory for children and adults (due to the heat). The main demands of the quarantine will remain in force: to observe social distance (two meters) and observe rules of personal hygiene.

The public transport works almost in the full volume, excluding railway, which will restore its work on May 31.

Related: Zelensky on lockdown’s mitigation from May 22: It depends on Ukrainians when they to go on vacation

As we reported, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has extended the lockdown until June 22. It has also been decided to begin the second phase of quarantine easing starting from May 22.

Earlier, Ukraine’s Health Minister Maksym Stepanov stated that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine plans to introduce adaptive quarantine from May 22 and mitigate it stage by stage. Each stage will last for about 10 days.





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