‘Green Passports’ Divide Between Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated at Restaurants, Gyms, Events

After more than a year, Israel will open its skies to small groups of vaccinated tourists starting in late May.  That’s because Israel is moving to revive its economy now that more than half the population has received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. But a major part of that recovery includes a controversial green pass (or passport), called in Hebrew Tav Yarok.


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