In images, in picturesLike Israel, where wearing a mask is no longer mandatory outdoors, several countries have started to lift some of their health restrictions. Some examples in photos.
It was arguably one of the most anticipated announcements in the country: Thursday, April 16, the Israeli Minister of Health, Yuli Edelstein, announced the lifting of the obligation to wear the mask in outdoor public places from the following Sunday, thanks to an intense vaccination campaign.
Other countries in the world have also tried to reduce the health measures put in place to fight the pandemic. Either because the health situation is improving there, as for example in the United Kingdom or New Zealand, a country which has just reopened an air link without quarantine with neighboring Australia; either for purely economic reasons, although the epidemic does not show any sign of slowing down, as in Poland, where certain measures have been lifted in an attempt to revive a tourist sector in crisis. Finally, there are some places almost exempt from special health measures because the epidemic is now non-existent, like Iceland, where life from the pre-pandemic era seems to be resuming its course.
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