Nearly half of Israel’s population has been vaccinated, shopping malls and other places reopen
China News Service, February 22. According to Reuters, on the 21st local time, Israel reopened some places including shopping malls and leisure facilities. According to the Israeli government, as nearly half of the country’s population has been vaccinated against the new crown, people’s lives are expected to begin to return to normal.
p >The picture shows citizens of Bnei Brak, Israel walking through an empty street.
According to reports, shops will be open to everyone, and stadiums, hotels and theaters will only be open to people holding “green passes.” The report pointed out that the requirements for obtaining a “green pass” are those who have been vaccinated twice, or have been infected, and are presumed to be immune.
It is reported that Israel’s relaxation of epidemic prevention restrictions this time is part of the government’s broader economic restart plan next month.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also said on social media, “Have you been vaccinated? Get a green pass, and then live again.”
Currently, Israel has a cumulative number of confirmed cases. There were more than 740,000 cases and a total of 5,500 deaths. Churches, mosques and other places will still limit the number of people gathered, and some grades of the school have not resumed offline teaching.
The Israeli Ministry of Health recently pointed out that over 46% of the country’s 9 million people have received at least one dose of Pfizer vaccine, and one-third of Israelis have received two doses of vaccine.