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Israeli Ministry of Health to change Green Pass policy

The changes include several roll backs.

Jerusalem24 – The Green Pass was a plan set in place by the Israeli Ministry of Health to fight the COVID19 Pandemic. It is used for entry to places that comply with the Green Pass plan.

However, in a recent update today Sunday, the Israeli Ministry of Health announced changes to the Green Pass on their website.

The government approved the extension of the activity restriction regulations through 1/3/2022 subject to the following changes. The Green Pass requirement has been abolished, save for locations with especially high risk for infection such as Event venues or gardens, Clubs or discos, Conference venues where food is served or sold, Cultural event venues where attendance is not a strictly seated attendance.

Maximum permitted capacity restrictions in venues that comply with the Green Pass scheme have been abolished
General gathering restrictions have been abolished.

The requirement to maintain a distance of 1.5 meters between tables in the outdoor dining area of a food business has been abolished.

The statement said that this resolution will take effect on 7/2/2022 upon its approval by the Knesset’s Constitution, Law and Justice Committee.


Mohammad Hamayel

Ramallah based journalist, Mohammad graduated from Al-Quds University with a B.A. in Media and Television. He has covered the 2015 Jerusalem Intifada as well as the Great March of Return for international media outlets. currently an editor/presenter at Jerusalem24. A UN alumni and a follower of global events and politics, especially American affairs.

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