In Israel, a national quarantine begins to operate again from September 18, 2020.
In Israel, a national quarantine program to combat the virus's spread begins on September 18, 2020. According to preliminary data, news agencies reported that the lockdown could last up to three weeks with a possible extension.
According to the new regulations, shopping malls, cafes, restaurants, and fitness clubs and sports complexes around the country are closing down.
The movement of citizens will also be restricted. During quarantine, it is prohibited to be further than 500 meters from the house. Parks and playgrounds will remain open to the public. Residents are allowed to gather in small groups of up to ten people.
The country also has a mandatory mask regime. The penalty for lack of personal protective equipment is 500 shekels, which is equivalent to 150 USD. Israeli authorities have decided to end their national quarantine on the background of a sharp increase in the virus cases. More than 4,500 patients have been recorded in the country in recent days, and the total number of cases has exceeded 170,000 people.
Information about an epidemiological situation also appears from operations headquarters in the struggle against viruses spreading in other countries. Many restrictions are tightening in big cities in France, including Bordeaux, Marseille, and Nice. The authorities in Spain are considering reintroducing quarantine in Madrid. Restrictions on the operation of shopping centers, stores, and restaurants are being introduced in selected regions of the United Kingdom.