Israelis returning from abroad will now be allowed to self-isolate for 14 days in their homes.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Going forward, Israelis returning from abroad will be allowed to self-isolate for 14 days in their homes as opposed to entering “coronavirus hotels,” as previously required. However, those returning from abroad are still forbidden from taking public transportation to arrive at their residences, except for taxis, if in accordance with social distancing rules.
Some of the other new protocols include opening outdoor fitness parks. Local municipalities will be required to ensure the health of users by sterilizing equipment. Playgrounds remain closed.
The government also approved removing the requirement for people undergoing psychiatric treatment to wear masks, even if they are not three meters away from the closest person.