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Israel's Restaurants Begin Return to Normality

08 March, 2021
Tel Aviv Tanya Chuvpylova

Photo Tanya Chuvpylova | Unsplash

Yesterday’s reopening was a huge relief for the nation’s restaurateurs, and they can now look to a summer of some normalcy. Restaurants can welcome guests for indoor dining up to 75 per cent capacity, with a limit of 100 people, and with tables two metres (6.5 feet) apart. Outdoor dining does not require a green pass.

The vaccination campaign continues apace with the government aiming for the broad economy to be almost fully reopened, symbolically, in time for the Passover holiday, which begins on 27 March.

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