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Israel has opened the school

Israel has lifted many sanctions as the incidence of the corona has decreased. The country has lifted the obligation to wear a mask outside. And after being closed for many days, the educational institution has also reopened. Most people have been vaccinated and the ban on wearing masks has been lifted. Israel has made these decisions first of all to return to normal life.

Haaretz reports that Israel no longer has to wear masks in the open or on the streets. Masks should be worn only in confined public places or public gatherings. However, one does not need to wear a mask in one’s own home or where there are not many people. However, citizens are advised to wear masks when leaving the house. Israel has so far vaccinated more than 5 million people. And Israel has decided to increase the number of daily corona infections to just over 100. The decision has been effective since Sunday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke online with teachers and students at a school in the capital, Jerusalem, after classes began yesterday. He said the government is regularly monitoring everything. However, masks must be worn in confined public places, public gatherings, or school classrooms. Because I haven’t gone to Corona yet.

From the beginning, all the students from day-care to class XII have been taken back to class from yesterday. The country’s education ministry has unveiled a structured plan to return to normal schools after a long shutdown. It has been said that there will be classes six days a week. However, the whole process will be monitored to prevent coronavirus infection. Schools must comply with a number of guidelines from the Ministry of Health, including maintaining personal safety, adhering to hygiene rules, wearing masks in classrooms, proper ventilation of rooms, and keeping the required distance even during breaks.
Students are not required to wear masks in the open space of the school. Masks are not mandatory even during meals or gym classes. Since these children are not covered by the vaccine, teachers and educational institutions have been instructed to be more aware of their cases.

From the beginning, all the students from day-care to class XII have been taken back to class from yesterday. The country’s education ministry has unveiled a structured plan to return to normal schools after a long shutdown. It has been said that there will be classes six days a week. However, the whole process will be monitored to prevent coronavirus infection. Schools must comply with a number of guidelines from the Ministry of Health, including maintaining personal safety, adhering to hygiene rules, wearing masks in classrooms, proper ventilation of rooms, and keeping the required distance even during breaks.
Students are not required to wear masks in the open space of the school. Masks are not mandatory even during meals or gym classes. Since these children are not covered by the vaccine, teachers and educational institutions have been instructed to be more aware of their cases.

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