In Israel, which is the country where the most vaccines are made compared to its population in the world, the measures introduced due to the epidemic continue to be gradually loosened.
In this context, since today, restaurants and cafes have started to serve people who have a “green passport” document given to those who have both doses of Covid-19 vaccine.
Green passport holders will be able to participate in events held in closed areas that will not exceed 300 people or 50 percent of the capacity of the venue.
In addition, a limited number of spectators with green passports will be allowed to participate in cultural and sports activities.
APPROXIMATELY 600 THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE NOT BEEN VACCINATED
According to the data of the Israeli Ministry of Health, in Israel, which has a population of approximately 9.3 million, the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine was given to 4 million 929 thousand people and the second dose of 3 million 716 thousand people, while the number of vaccinated people reached 8 million 689 thousand.
Thanks to vaccination, the number of daily cases, which exceeded 10 thousand in January, has fallen below 4 thousand.
Within the scope of Covid-19 measures in the country, restaurants and cafes could only provide takeaway service.