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Some of the restrictions have been removed, and citizens have ceased to understand the orders. Hebrew language media overview, Thursday 6 August

The Israeli media spotlight the explosion in Beirut and the new decisions of the coronavirus commission.

Yediot Ahronot: Coronavirus Commission Decides to Remove Weekend Restrictions

Haaretz: Beirut Counts Dead and Fears Severe Food Shortages

“Israel HaYom”: Only 17% understand the quarantine orders


“Maariv Hashavua”: The Commission on Coronavirus discusses the introduction of a complete quarantine at the end of August

Yediot Ahronot: Coronavirus Commission Decides to Remove Weekend Restrictions

The members of the ministerial commission on the fight against coronavirus decided to remove the partial restrictions that were in force over the weekend. In particular, this applies to the work of shops and shopping centers on Saturdays.

Haaretz: Beirut Counts Dead and Fears Severe Food Shortages

Governor of Beirut Marouane Abboud said that according to updated information, the damage from the explosion in the port of Beirut is from 10 to 15 billion dollars. In an interview with Al-Hadat TV, he noted that this data includes both direct and collateral damage. Abboud also noted that the country’s grain reserves are insufficient, and Lebanon may face a food crisis if the international community does not come to help the Lebanese.

“Israel HaYom”: Only 17% understand the quarantine orders

The Home Front Service conducted a poll, according to which the overwhelming majority of citizens stopped believing in the government and understood the instructions on quarantine restrictions. Only 19% trust the authorities and only 17% understand the government’s instructions.


“Maariv Hashavua”: The Commission on Coronavirus discusses the introduction of a complete quarantine at the end of August

On the evening of August 5, the ministerial committee on coronavirus met for a regular meeting. At this meeting, the possibility of introducing complete quarantine throughout Israel at the end of August was discussed.

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