Israel will be fully reopened in a month if there is no new sudden rise in contagion as the country moves to return the education system toward full operation, coronavirus czar Nachman Ash said Thursday.
“We want to see that the return to studies does not cause a rise in contagion,” Ash told Channel 13 news after government ministers voted to further ease coronavirus restrictions at schools.
“We are talking about a few weeks only if the current rates are maintained,” he said. “We want to get past the [recently completed] Pesach holidays and see that there are no infections in the schools.”
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