Cafes Have No Limits Anymore
By Micah Halpern
Saturday October 9, 2021
Israel’s Corona Virus Cabinet voted to scrap the rule which put a ceiling on the number of people who could sit outside in a café or restaurant.
But there is a caveat. They decided to scrap the policy only as long as the tables were separated from each other by 150 cm, which would mean that they are about 5 feet apart.
The decision to change policy is significant,
It frees up restaurants and it follows the science. More than that, it is a resounding acceptance of the thinking that there is very little chance of COVID transmission when outside.
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