Find in the news:
BY COUNTRY

Shopping malls in Israel opened in protest against the lockdown



Contrary to regulations, shopping malls allowed visitors to confirm that they had been vaccinated or had already had the coronavirus.
Israel - Depositphotos

Shopping malls in Israel are on a nationwide lockdown. The situation, in which retail stores have been closed for more than a month, has angered many market participants. Calls to break the lockdown for the sake of business survival were actively discussed in a specialized online community. Still, only three large malls - in Bat Yam, Petah Tikva, and Karmiel - decided to take drastic action and open up to the public. 

Visitors who can present a negative test for COVID-19 within the last 72 hours, as well as those who had been vaccinated or who had already had the disease, were permitted to enter shopping malls. In particular, residents over the age of 60 can enter the malls only if they receive two doses of the vaccine. In contrast, those under 60 can join if they receive their first vaccination. Some of the malls opened, while others offered customers a way to buy take-out items, thus partially complying with the rules.

Local news agencies reported that police officers arrived for inspections at the malls that had opened, but instead of fines, in most cases called for the owners of the outlets to close. 

The country's lockdown is now in its fifth week, with many businesses and public establishments closed and almost the entire education system. Although some of the restrictions were lifted a month after they were imposed, most stores and malls remain closed, putting their survival at risk.

Photo credit: depositphotos.com.

More about shopping malls in Israel



DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY, USA:
The release of FiftyFifty is timed to coincide with International Women's Day and is designed to challenge couples to be a frank yet casual conversation.
DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY, Spain:
The new buildings and renovations will result in a massive office space designed to attract new talent.
Mar 4, 2021, Spain:
Despite an earlier agreement to create new jobs, Inditex announced its intention to close more than 1,200 stores worldwide.
Mar 4, 2021, USA:

About 20 percent of the company's branded stores will close by the end of 2021 as it decides to focus more on developing online sales.
Mar 4, 2021, United Kingdom:
Shoppers will appreciate grocery shopping without cashiers and queues in the Amazon Fresh store in London.
Mar 3, 2021, USA:
The company's goal is to open new stores, renovate existing ones, and develop online retailing.
Edit text

Dear visitor!
If You wish to add appropriate information to this description, please make changes in the text below and they will take effect after being verified by Malls.com administrator.

SAVE CHANGES
ADD PHOTO

Dear visitor!
If you desire to add more photos to this description, please upload them and they will appear on the page after being verified by Malls.com administrator.

CHOOSE PHOTOS
SAVE CHANGES
Sign in Malls.com
Sign in please, if you already have an account

Registration



Error filling
Error filling
Error filling
Error filling
Thank you!
You will receive e-mail with registration data shortly. In email you'll find link, confirm your account by clicking on it, please.

Malls.com Team
Thank you for message!
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team
Good mall, bro!
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team
We are dissatisfied with you :-(
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team

Write to us