Israel Re-expands Infection of Corona Virus to Restrict Outings Again Across the World September 14 at 9:24 AM
As the spread of the new coronavirus has re-expanded in Israel in the Middle East, the government has decided to introduce out-of-home restrictions across the area again from the 18th of this month.
In Israel, which has a population of about 9 million, the number of people infected per day fell below 10, including the introduction of strict outing restrictions for nearly two months from mid-March.
However, the infection has re-expanded with economic activity and the reopening of schools, with more than 4,000 new infections per day last week, and 150,000 people have been confirmed infected so far.
In response to this situation, the Israeli government has decided to introduce out-of-home restrictions again throughout the city for three weeks from the 18th of this month.
In principle, you can only go out within 500 meters of your home, and schools and shopping malls will be closed, but supermarkets will continue to be open.
Prime Minister Netanyahu told a press conference Thursday night before heading to the United States for a signing ceremony for normalization of diplomatic relations with the UAE-United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, and expressed concern about the impact of the re-out restrictions, noting that “we will pay a big price.”
In Israel, there have been large-scale protests every weekend complaining about Prime Minister Netanyahu’s dissatisfaction with anti-infection measures, and the unemployment rate has exceeded 20 percent, causing wider social unrity.