Israel to re-impose curfew, but reopen shopping centers
The government cabinet for the fight against coronavirus infection decided that curfews will be imposed in Israel again. It will be night and will start operating on Wednesday.
The restriction will be one of the elements of a three-stage program adopted by the Cabinet, which provides for strict restrictions during the evening and night hours.
On the other hand, the program also provides for concessions: thus, the operation of shopping centers will be allowed. But their opening hours will also be limited by curfews.
The cabinet did not close the hotels located in the Dead and Red Seas, and also allowed museums and cultural institutions to work, albeit with a number of restrictions.
The requirements for overnight quarantine will be finally announced today. The government continues to debate what hour it will start and when it will end.