Israeli Prime Minister says, country “in an emergency situation”

In the wake of the augmenting crisis as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, on July 5, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said that Israel is “in an emergency situation”.

The cases of COVID-19 have taken an upward surge across Israel. During the weekly Cabinet Meeting in the capital city, Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “This outbreak will see an increase and a doubling of the number of severe cases.”

PM Benjamin Netanyahu added that the surge “poses a challenge for Israel and our health system”. Estimating the future risk at hand, PM Netanyahu said that further steps are needed and expected to be taken in the coming days, to curb the spread of the virus and simultaneously address the economic crisis triggered as a result of the pandemic.

Earlier on July 5, the Parliament’s Coronavirus Committee, tasked with approving rapid regulations related to the virus, announced that gatherings in bars, event halls and synagogues will be limited to 50 people starting July 6.

More stern rules are on the table to tackle with the “emergency situation” across the country.

In the wake of the augmenting crisis as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, on July 5, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said that Israel is “in an emergency situation”.

The cases of COVID-19 have taken an upward surge across Israel. During the weekly Cabinet Meeting in the capital city, Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “This outbreak will see an increase and a doubling of the number of severe cases.”

PM Benjamin Netanyahu added that the surge “poses a challenge for Israel and our health system”. Estimating the future risk at hand, PM Netanyahu said that further steps are needed and expected to be taken in the coming days, to curb the spread of the virus and simultaneously address the economic crisis triggered as a result of the pandemic.

Earlier on July 5, the Parliament’s Coronavirus Committee, tasked with approving rapid regulations related to the virus, announced that gatherings in bars, event halls and synagogues will be limited to 50 people starting July 6.

More stern rules are on the table to tackle with the “emergency situation” across the country.

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