In the extension Meters Scientists and the government to fight the epidemic by the end of January.
The current structure expires next Monday, January 16th, But will lead to a 15-day extension as the expected number of cases and schools reopen in the coming days.
The Commission meets tomorrow
The panel will meet on Wednesday to make its recommendations to the government, but reports say no one is in a hurry to remove the measures as it is estimated that Omigran’s activity has not yet reached its peak. There are discussions about what actions can be relaxed in the background, unless they pose a risk of disintegration and based on the experience implemented so far. Increasing the number of spectators in the stadiums to 10% and up to 20% per thousand people raises more opportunities.
“More than a thousand spectators can be safely housed in stadiums with a capacity of 15 to 50 thousand spectators,” a government official said, adding that the stigma attached to the intentions.
Re-focusing on music is discussed
After January 16, the return of music to the restaurant also fell on the table. Without changing any of the other barriers in practice. However, there are reservations about the idea and the PM’s allies argue that there is no reason to make hasty decisions and that the government should send the matter to the committee without insisting on any change. Until 12:00 midnight, make sure there is no ban on standing and up to six people per table.
Schools are a priority
The current priority of the government is to run the schools smoothly. The first day went smoothly Students and teachers contributed to the effort by responding to the mass test, which led to In the detection and safe operation of more than 15 thousand cases School units. It was announced yesterday to fill the gaps that arise for sick teachers 4,784 replacement teachers should be appointed immediately, 3,576 of whom have three-month contracts and 1,208 delegates with contracts until the end of the school year. These instructors will carry out quick tasks over the next few days.