Israel’s Coronavirus Cabinet voted Thursday to reimpose the ‘green pass’ system, limiting entry to some public venues to the vaccinated and recovered COVID patients.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett convened the Coronavirus Cabinet, after the meeting was delayed for several days, at IDF headquarters in Tel Aviv, following a call by the Health Ministry to bring back the ‘green pass’ system in the hopes of curbing the spread of the coronavirus.

During the meeting, Bennett laid out the government’s strategy for combating the Indian or Delta variant of the virus, focusing on renewed efforts for mass vaccination, the use of masks, and measures aimed at protecting vulnerable populations.

The plan also included the renewal of the ‘green pass’ system, a measure which was approved by the Coronavirus Cabinet, along with new restrictions on air travel.... Read More: Arutz-7