With a vaccination card, Israelis can go to the synagogue again and a lot of shops have also opened.
Israel has significantly eased the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus epidemic. On Sunday, they could reopen shopping malls, shops, restaurants, and museums, and re-host sporting events and concerts, Euronews reports.
“I’m happy to open, but I don’t know when we’ll have a normal life again,” passerby Kelly Creel told newscast.
Some facilities, such as synagogues or hotels, can only be entered with a special vaccination card, called a green card. This could be given to those who have already been given a second dose of the vaccine or have been shown to have contracted the disease Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also visited a gym on Saturday night, asking millions of Israelis with a green card to return to places already open to them. Nearly 4.5 million people, about half of the population, received one dose of the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine, while three million people received both doses, making Israel a world leader.
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