Israel hairdressers and barbershop, reopens public parks and allows outside shops to resell
In Israel, some non-essential businesses reopened this Sunday, such as barber and barber shops, and stores, though they may not yet get customers in, to sell at the entrance (outside) of the establishments Are being able to
Public parks and nature reserves can also be seen again, unlike hotels and restaurants, as reported by the British newspaper The Guardian. However, the country’s borders remain closed and all international flights are prohibited until 20 February.
The country is now reducing measures for imprisonment and closure of areas of activity enacted to prevent the development of the epidemic, which began filing rates of contagion in late December, which forced further sanctions.
The first was sentenced to imprisonment on 27 December, which extended throughout the month of January – the deadliest in Israel since the epidemic hit the country. However, the restrictive measures adopted and an aggressive vaccination campaign (more than 3 million doses of the vaccine already in a country with fewer residents from Portugal) have been allowed to be opened in a phased manner.