The Israeli government has given its approval to a three-week reconfinement of the entire population starting Friday. The country thus becomes the first developed economy to take such a measure to curb a second wave of contamination.
The Hebrew state soon to be reconfined. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced, Sunday, September 13, a three-week national reconfinement from Friday, in the hope of stemming a second wave of Covid-19 contamination.
"Today, the government has decided to implement a strict three-week containment with the option of extending this measure," said the head of government, whose country thus becomes the first developed economy to take such a measure. to slow down a second wave of contamination.
A new wave of contaminations
Concretely, from Friday, September 18, Jewish New Year's Eve, schools, restaurants, shopping malls and hotels will close their doors and movement restrictions will be imposed.
In recent months, in the wake of deconfinement, the ultra-Orthodox have assured that they have respected the instructions, which has not prevented the country from experiencing a new wave.