Frustrated by the Lockdown, Israelis Exploit Its Loopholes

Many find ways to stay at a hotel, order takeaway food and even fly abroad despite bans. Businesses are glad to help

Hadar Kane
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Hadar Kane

A month in a hotel without cleaning service, food or use of the swimming pool. A takeout order delivered to a street corner. Taking a banned trip abroad by ordering tickets from an overseas website. These are just a few of the creative ways Israelis are getting around the lockdown restrictions that began September 18 and became more draconian a week later.

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