ISRAEL - ‘Green Passports’ Divide Between Vaccinated and Unvaccinated at Restaurants, Gyms, Events
CBN - After more than a year, Israel will open its skies to small groups of vaccinated tourists starting in late May. That’s because Israel is moving to revive its economy now that more than half the population has received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
But a major part of that recovery includes a controversial green pass (or passport), called in Hebrew Tav Yarok.
The so-called passport is being offered only to those fully vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19.
“As a matter of law, using a green passport policy, is not that you get the vaccine but is you either get the vaccine or avoid certain kind of risky interactions with others,” said Professor David Enoch, from the Faculty of Philosophy and Law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Only the passport holders will be allowed to:
1) eat inside restaurants
2) go to the gym and swimming pool
3) enter houses of worship
4) attend other various events like going to school on a university campus or cultural and sporting events
5) and fly into the country without quarantining.
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