Religious places to reopen from today in Israel amid COVID-19 outbreak
Jewish synagogues, mosques and churches will open from today morning. There are 50 people allowed together in a hall to pray. People have to maintain two meters distance, wear masks and take hygiene measures in all religious places.
Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that all religious places will be reopened in the country from today morning.
Religious places in Israel were closed on March 25 to prevent COVID-19. The health minister announced today that the ban on restaurants, bars, and nightclubs in the country would be open from May 27. Swimming pools and hotels will also be opened from May 27. Event halls will be opened from June 14.
According to the Minister of Health, there are 3,000 active cases of Coronavirus in Israel. Since the first case of the infection came to light on 27th ofMarch, 13,435 people have been recovered from the disease.