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Netanyahu in a statement ahead of the closure: "Tough steps are being taken, but saving lives comes first" - Walla! news

2020-09-24T18:05:42.870Z

At the same time as approving the additional restrictive measures that will apply from tomorrow, Netanyahu issued a statement, before which Prime Minister Khalif Gantz and Opposition Leader Lapid spoke in separate statements.



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Netanyahu in a statement ahead of the closure: "Tough steps are being taken, but saving lives comes first"

At the same time as approving the additional restrictive measures that will apply from tomorrow, Netanyahu issued a statement, before which Prime Minister Khalif Gantz and Opposition Leader Lapid spoke in separate statements.

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Thursday, 24 September 2020, 20:48 Updated: 21:03

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Prime Minister Netanyahu's Statement - Live

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement tonight (Thursday) ahead of the general closure that will take place tomorrow at noon.

He said that "due to the sharp rise in morbidity in Corona we have decided today on necessary measures, these closure measures are not easy, but saving lives comes first."

The closure, which was approved at the cabinet meeting, is expected to take effect after it is approved by three readings in the Knesset plenum, in a debate that is taking place at this time.



Netanyahu clarified that "this is a national emergency, we are in an ongoing war. The Corona War - a war for the economy, health and life."

He added that "the second wave is hitting the whole world and so is our son. In recent days almost all countries in the West have record numbers of morbidity, and they are imposing severe restrictions on their citizens, some countries are also imposing closures on large areas. A person".



In addition to Netanyahu, this evening statements were also made by Deputy Prime Minister Bnei Gantz and Opposition Leader Yair Lapid. In capsules, the markets will be closed, all sports will be closed and public transport activity will be reduced.

Prime Minister Netanyahu in a statement (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash 90)

According to the outline of the closure, until Yom Kippur, worshipers will be allowed to visit the synagogues in accordance with the directives that came into force when the closure began, according to the size of the building and the capsules.

After Yom Kippur, the synagogues will be closed.

Prayers and demonstrations will be allowed only in open space, in capsules of up to 20 people and at a distance of up to one kilometer from the house.

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However, you will be allowed to travel more than a kilometer from home to work in an essential place, to stock up on medicines, food and essential products and services.

It is also possible to go out to provide assistance to a person with difficulty or distress, essential medical care, welfare frameworks and essential social care.

Permission will be granted to travel more than a kilometer for the purpose of going to the Knesset, for legal proceedings or for a blood donation.



In addition, sports activities beginning at the place of residence, of an individual or people living together, attending a funeral or covenant of a close family member, baptism of women in a mikveh, vital care of animals, transfer of a minor between parents not living together, transfer of a minor to a single parent It is essential for the supervision of another person or for the purpose of reaching an educational day framework whose activities are permitted.

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