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Negative tests will give unvaccinated access to all venues as of Sunday – report

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Starting Sunday, the Health Ministry will reportedly allow unvaccinated Israelis to enter locations that require a Green Pass when presenting valid negative coronavirus tests.

The tests will have to be from the previous 48 hours and will allow children under 16 and those who choose not to be vaccinated to enter cultural and sporting events, hotels, gyms, and other venues currently available only to those with a Green Pass, Channel 12 reported.

Walla news reported a different version of the upcoming plan, saying the option will only be available to minors who are not currently included in Israel’s vaccine drive, but not to adults who choose not to receive the vaccine.

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Both reports added that, initially, only five percent of people at any venue can be unvaccinated. A man presents his Green Pass, proof that he is vaccinated against the coronavirus, on opening night at the Khan Theater for a performance where all guests were required to show proof of vaccination or full recovery from the virus, in Jerusalem, February 23, 2021. (AP/Maya Alleruzzo)


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