Israel further eases coronavirus restrictions, as deaths top 200
Hair salons, beauty parlors and other shops and services were allowed to open in Israel Sunday after the government agreed on loosening coronavirus restrictions.
Restaurants were allowed to sell food for take-away, though restrictions on seated guests remain in place.
All businesses permitted to re-open are required to follow lengthy regulations concerning the behavior of staff and customers, with a fine of 2,000 shekels, roughly $570, for any violations.
Shops in malls are to remain closed.
The wearing of masks in public remains mandatory, with authorities free to issue fines to anyone flouting the requirement “from the first offense.”