Police and inspectors begin a campaign that will continue in the coming days, with the aim of locating civilians who violate emergency regulations and business owners who do not comply with the "purple tea" standard. • Yesterday, more than 500 reports were signed • Northern mayor announced he would not enforce the regulations: "We will not participate In the Destruction of the Economy ”• View the documentation
The national fight to curb the spread of the Corona virus: Last Thursday (Thursday) a comprehensive enforcement operation began to enforce emergency regulations in several cities across the country.
Documentation: Increased police enforcement of Corona regulations // Photo: Police spokesmen
The enforcement framework in the lowland area was conducted in Rehovot, Ramla, Rishon Lezion, Yavne, Lod and Modi'in, during which dozens of police officers and inspectors visited the joy halls, recreation centers, pubs and restaurants, and examined 51 joy halls, 77 businesses and 31 entertainment venues throughout the region.
Eight halls and entertainment venues that did not comply with the "Purple Tea" guidelines were penalized and 168 reports were recorded for people found without a mask in the public space and entertainment venues. In Rishon Lezion, two pubs and lofts that did not comply with emergency regulations were closed and their owners were invited to a hearing.
In the Tel Aviv District, enforcement has focused on recreation and event venues to ensure compliance with emergency regulations. During the operation, 144 businesses were audited, 15 of them received a warning report and 2 business owners were summoned to the hearing. In addition, enforcement was carried out and dozens of reports were presented for masking etiquette, along with information on the ground.
The police beach district has visited 315 businesses, 19 event halls and 22 entertainment complexes. The activity recorded 415 penalties for masking etiquette and three for businesses for non-compliance with the purple character. In five cases, the owners were summoned for a hearing to examine the place's closure as part of a licensing process and due to exception and non-compliance with conditions as required.
Nesher Mayor Roy Levi commented on the Twitter account of the enforcement operation: "Nesher municipal inspectors will not participate in" celebrating "the destruction of the economy and will be forced to enforce only the wearing of masks and remotely. The new restrictions are cutting death on businesses and harming the livelihood of hundreds of residents.
The woman in the hallway has moved into the welfare department and there is not even a ventilator. "
The new restrictions took effect this morning
In the meantime, new restrictions on gathering restrictions have come into effect this morning, which means that the number of people in bars, halls, clubs and prayer houses will be limited to 50 participants - subject to the approval of a Knesset committee. In addition, crowds in closed places will be limited to up to 20 people.
According to the Ministry of Health data released this morning, for the first time since the outbreak of the Corona virus in Israel, over a thousand blue people were diagnosed yesterday. It also shows that about 24,491 tests were performed, the number of breaths is 27 and so far 17,599 Israelis have recovered from the virus.
It also shows that in the past three days, the data on morbidity distribution are divided into cities: Jerusalem is in first place with 386 patients diagnosed in its field, followed by Tel Aviv-Jaffa with 172 diagnosed, and Ashdod with 136.
Other notable cities are Upper Modi'in with 70 residents diagnosed with Corona in the last three days, Bat Yam with 68, Petah Tikva with 57, Beit Shemesh with 52, and Holon with 46.
Shlomi Diaz participated in the preparation of the news