The full closure imposed by the government continues – only vital jobs are allowed to pass, others have been closed or operate in an online format; Police checkpoints have been set up at major intersections in the city
Posted on: 29.9.20 08:08
After Yom Kippur – the full and tight closure in Jerusalem continues. Police checkpoints were set up at the entrances and exits to the city – on Road 1 and Road 443, and at major intersections in the city.
As part of the closure of closed workplaces in the city, those who are allowed to move are considered essential, including – food chains, pharma stores, the construction industry, defense industry, government offices (to a limited extent), the financial sectors, the health system and the media.
Also, according to the restrictions, restaurants and cafes will be allowed to make deliveries, but the possibility of self-collection is not given.
In addition, gatherings of up to 10 people in a closed area, and up to 20 people in an open area will be allowed.
As for restricting traffic – it will stay up to 1,000 meters from the house. You can go beyond the distance limit to buy food and medicine and for individual sports.
As for public transportation – it will operate on a limited basis.
The police are preparing to carry out increased enforcement around the synagogues in the city, which are supposed to be closed. Enforcement is carried out against the background of high morbidity figures in the city’s ultra-Orthodox sector, as published last night in “Kol Ha’ir.”
According to the restrictions of the closure – the education system will remain closed. Against the background of the tightening of the closure, the Ministry of Education has published the telephone line for providing emotional assistance – the line is staffed by the professionals of the counseling psychological service, and will be available to students, parents and education staff throughout the holidays. Days: Sunday-Thursday, hours: 20: 00-8: 00; Fridays and holiday eves: 14: 0-8: 00 Number: 073-3931888, the line is available in: Hebrew, Arabic, Russian and Amharic.
In addition, students, parents and education staff have access to * Focus 105 * for dealing with situations of network damage. The focus is on experts in the counseling psychological service in the Ministry of Education, the Israel Police, the Ministry of Strengthening and Community Promotion and partner government ministries. The hotline operates 24 hours a day.
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