The Israeli anti-coronavirus cabinet has decided to reintroduce the obligation of the Green Pass for sporting and cultural events with over one hundred participants, both indoors and outdoors. The measure will cover not only conferences and tourist attractions but also restaurants, gyms and synagogues.
The same document must also be presented to participate in weddings and parties, while starting from 8 August the unvaccinated will have to pay to undergo tampons. The measures will take effect next Thursday, upon confirmation from the government. The cabinet also decided to ban travel to the UK, Georgia, Cyprus and Turkey; whoever is caught violating the ban will have to pay a fine. A heavy decision, since Cyprus and Turkey are among the most popular tourist destinations for Israelis. The four countries will join the list which includes several nations, including Brazil, Argentina and Spain.