Israel will reopen its nightclubs and bars next week, March 21, following an agreement reached on Sunday between Health Minister Yuli Edelstein and the Bars and Clubs Union.
Last week, the country entered the third phase of its lockdown exit strategy, lifting a host of major restrictions, including some in place since September, such as prohibitions on indoor dining and concerts, and the closure of event halls.
“The caseload of seriously ill has also dropped. This is thanks to the 5 million Israelis who have gotten vaccinated. It is time to let the clubs reopen. I hope that they will keep in line with the green pass and the outline the Health Ministry will formulate for them.”
“We call on all club and bar owners and the general public visiting these establishments to keep in line with measures and go get vaccinated”, read the full story here.
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