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Israel drops outdoor face masks after 61% of citizens get first COVID-19 vaccine shot

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The Israeli government has removed the obligation to wear a mask outdoors due to a steep fall in covid cases after mass vaccination

Added on the 18/04/2021 15:42:03 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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