Israel lifts all quarantine restrictions
From June 1, 2021, quarantine restrictions in the form of the Purple Badge and Green Pass systems, which provided for citizens to be vaccinated, will no longer be in effect. In addition, the restrictions on the number of people in certain places will be lifted and public gatherings will be allowed. However, the mask mode will operate for at least another two weeks after the quarantine restrictions are lifted.
According to Health Minister Julia Edelstein, the rules for international travel remain the same to prevent other strains of the coronavirus from entering. Also, Israelis are urged not to visit countries with a high incidence rate and to comply with preventive measures against COVID-19.
According to the Ministry of Health, over five million Israelis have received both doses of the vaccine and 92% of citizens over 50 are fully vaccinated. There are currently no COVID patients in 22 hospitals in Israel.
According to the LIGHTHOUSE.
We also remind that the authorities of Montenegro open the borders of the country this week for all foreign tourists. Previously, not everyone could enter the country.
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