Israel's COVID Cabinet Rejects Easing Restrictions Amid Waning Infections

The COVID cabinet, convening for the first time in a month, postponed their decision on whether to exclude open venues – including restaurants and gyms not located in enclosed spaces – from the Green Pass program

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Israel's coronavirus cabinet Sunday chose not to relax Green Pass restrictions, despite recommendations that the country curb limits on outdoor venues amid waning COVID-19 infections.

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