Government approved emergency restrictions for seven days that will take effect Sunday at 0800

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by Ifi Reporter Category:Health Mar 22, 2020

The government-approved emergency restrictions last Thursday, as part of the fight against the spread of the Corona virus, will officially take effect as of Sunday at 8 a.m., which includes some changes from the document released this past week.
Before the official document, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed Saturday's need to tighten restrictions in order to reduce house exits. This, after hundreds of civilians in the middle of the country took to the streets, and spend the beach and municipal parks - despite the Ministry of Health's anti-rallying guidelines.
 At present, Netanyahu has decided that the open shopping centers will not close, and this decision will be re-examined in three days. But a store that fails to comply with the Ministry of Health's instructions will close with an order.
Following the events, a police official said enforcement in the cities would be increased. "The police are raising an alert level and will act with increased force. There will be even more police on the streets than we saw this weekend, who will deal with crowds and enforcement of businesses," the source said.
The purpose of the regulations, which have been set for seven days, is to reduce contact with the population in order to prevent the spread of the virus. According to them, the public must follow the following rules: Exit from the house will only be possible in certain cases. You can go out and back to the workplace, go shopping for food, medicines and other basic or essential products.
You can also go for medical service, blood donations, demonstrations and legal proceedings. As part of the changes made in the previous document, sports activities are allowed out of up to two people, as much as possible, or of two people living together. In doing so, the directive stipulated in the previous document prohibited the activity of up to five people. The exit will also be available for a short time to the immediate vicinity of the residence.
In addition, it will be possible to leave a place of residence, of an individual or of persons living in the same place, for a short time and near the place of residence. You can go to a religious ceremony, including weddings or funerals and go out to a prayer of up to ten people while staying two feet away, and leave to help another person who has a medical problem or other difficulty requiring support.
The purpose of the regulations, which have been set for seven days, is to reduce contact with the population in order to prevent the spread of the virus. According to them, the public must follow the following rules: Exit from the house will only be possible in certain cases. You can go out and back to the workplace, go shopping for food, medicines and other basic or essential products.
You can also go for medical service, blood donations, demonstrations and legal proceedings. As part of the changes made in the previous document, sports activities are allowed out of up to two people, as much as possible, or of two people living together. In doing so, the directive stipulated in the previous document prohibited the activity of up to five people. The exit will also be available for a short time to the immediate vicinity of the residence.
In addition, it will be possible to leave a place of residence, of an individual or of persons living in the same place, for a short time and near the place of residence.
You can go to a religious ceremony, including weddings or funerals and go out to a prayer of up to ten people while staying two feet away, and leave to help another person who has a medical problem or other difficulty requiring support.
With the release of pictures showing many citizens gathering on Main Avenue and Gardens, the Ministry of Health asked residents not to leave their homes and warned against the worsening of enforcement. "Do not leave the house. Adhere to the Ministry of Health's guidelines, otherwise we will find ourselves in a significant outbreak," warned the office's general manager, Moshe Baram a good sign.
The Ministry of Health estimates that if the public does not comply with the guidelines, there will be no escape from stricter measures. The Corona virus continues to spread across the country, and the Ministry of Health has reported that the number of patients has increased to 883 people, a 178-day increase. 15 of the patients are in severe condition, 19 in moderate condition while the remaining 812 are in mild condition. On the other hand, 36 of them made the virus. Last night, the victim was registered with the virus in Israel after an 88-year-old died in Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem after falling ill.
In the municipalities of Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan, where many congregations in the public areas have been documented, they strongly asked their residents not to violate the guidelines. "Blatant violations of the emergency regulations to prevent the spread of the corona," called the activity of Mayor Carmel Shama the priest.
Meanwhile, Minister of Transport Bezalel Smutrich went into isolation after meeting with someone who was diagnosed with the Corona virus. Smutrich will remain in solitary confinement until this Friday, according to Health Ministry guidelines. The minister said that "together we will go through this complex period. I will continue to work from home and accompany the efforts of the government and the Ministry of Health at a distance." Among the ministers and Knesset members in isolation so far: Tzahi Hanegbi (Likud), Arie Deri (Shas), Moshe Abutbul (Shas), Ram Ben Barak (blue and white) and Alon Schuster (blue and white).

 

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