Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu plans to impose ‘National Lockdown’

Corona virus infection is spreading rapidly worldwide, including in the country. After the decrease in cases in many countries, now the outbreak of the pandemic has started again.

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Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu plans to impose 'National Lockdown' (PC: Social Media)

Corona virus infection is spreading rapidly worldwide, including in the country. After the decrease in cases in many countries, now the outbreak of the pandemic has started again. Due to the increasing havoc of Corona, there is a danger of starting a second round of sanctions worldwide. Meanwhile, Israel has become the first country in the world, which has again announced National Lockdown in the country.

National Lockdown in Israel:

National lockdown has been announced once again in Israel. With this, now people will not be allowed to go away from the house 500 meters away. Israel has implemented this lockdown for three weeks i.e. 21 days.

During a press conference late at night, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the imposition of a national lockdown. He said that the national lockdown would take effect from two o’clock on Friday and would last for three weeks.

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Lockdown is necessary to defeat corona: Benjamin Netanyahu

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that I know that this decision will have to pay a heavy price. He also said that if we follow all the rules then we can defeat the corona virus Pandemic. Netanyahu said that the Kovid vaccine is coming and fast testing.

According to the government, all types of pubs and restaurants will remain closed during the national lockdown, although deliveries will continue. Apart from this, shops and Recreational facilities will also be closed. Schools have also been said to be closed. Apart from this, people are not allowed to go 500 meters away from their house.

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