When it comes to COVID-19, things have already become pretty lax here in Israel. It’s true that the government just eased the restrictions, which was very welcome after the two nights of total lockdown over Pesach.
But much to my dismay, the easing appears to have started well before any official announcement, in fact, as early as last week, it wasn’t hard to find families playing in parks and schoolyards when we weren’t meant to go any farther than 100 yards from our house, unless absolutely necessary. For those of us following the government’s directives, this was a hard thing to witness.
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