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Israel : Prohibited from eating in restaurants if not vaccinated
Israel : Prohibited from eating in restaurants if not vaccinated. Israel plans to introduce new anti-epidemic regulations: those who do not get the COVID-19 vaccine are prohibited from eating in restaurants.
Overseas Network, December 11 According to a report from The Times of Israel on the 11th, the Israeli Ministry of Health is considering restrictions on people who refuse to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, including being unable to participate in public events and eating in restaurants.
The report quoted a senior Israeli official as saying that only people who have been vaccinated or who have recently tested negative can participate in various activities, eat in public and enter cultural venues. This move is considered to promote more people’s vaccination, but it may face challenges on the legal level.
The Israeli Ministry of Health is also considering measures against medical staff who refuse to receive the vaccine, prohibiting them from working in intensive care units or wards for patients with COVID-19s. In addition, adolescents under 16, pregnant women, patients with severe allergies, and those who have recovered from COVID-19 pneumonia will not be vaccinated.
On the 10th local time, Israel added 2,126 confirmed cases, with a total of 352,397 confirmed cases; 27 new deaths, with a total of 2,961 deaths.