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Israel Begins Second Lockdown, Economy Will Close Again Friday

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday ordered a new countrywide lockdown for the coronavirus plandemic. Schools and most other parts of the economy are expected to shut down again in a bid to “bring down infection rates.”

Beginning Friday, the start of the Jewish High Holiday season, schools, restaurants, malls, and hotels will shut down, among other businesses, and Israelis will face restrictions on their freedom of movement and on gathering together, their basic right to freedom of assembly.

“Our goal is to stop the increase (in cases) and lower morbidity,” Netanyahu said in a nationally broadcast statement according to Voice of America News. “I know that these steps come at a difficult price for all of us. This is not the holiday we are used to.” That “price” isn’t high for the government, but it’s eternal enslavement for the rest of us.

A second lockdown is looking extremely likely in the United States as well. As we approach fall and the mainstream media continues to perpetuate the fear propaganda,  Dr. Anthony Fauci is also warning us that there is going to be more terrorism committed against the public. We may have seen nothing yet.

The terroristic lockdown is Israel’s second.  The country’s first lockdown destroyed the economy, sending unemployment skyrocketing, and all but ruied the country.  This new lockdown will remain in place for at least three weeks, at which point officials may relax measures if numbers are seen declining. Israelis typically hold large family gatherings and fill synagogues during the important fast of Yom Kippur later this month, settings that officials feared could trigger new outbreaks.

The Persecution Of Christians Is Escalating Dramatically All Over The World

Some government ministers in Israel are wholly blaming the public.  They have pointed fingers at what they’ve called an “undisciplined public,” who they have accused of violating restrictions against public gatherings and mask-wearing. Basically, all of the world’s governments are saying we deserve to have our basic humanity and freedom destroyed because we disobeyed and wanted to take life’s risks upon ourselves, taking the chance that we could get sick.  We live in a disturbing society when the government is balming our enslavement on us when they are the ones continually trying to control and dictate our every move.

If you still think the government is going to help you, you may be in for a shock. People are already struggling to eat and pay for their basic necessities. A second lockdown would finish off what’s left of the middle class for good.

Brace yourselves, and take the time to do an audit of your preps right now. Be prepared for what can come, and it’s not looking good. Stay alert and make sure you understand that this is not about health, it never was. This is about control. Adjust your preparations accordingly (like “beefing up” your self defense capabilities.)

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Israel set to enter extraordinary second lockdown as COVID-19 outbreak surges to highest levels yet

Israel is set to enter a second nationwide shutdown after a major surge in COVID-19 cases.

The country initially reopened in May, but is now set to enter its second lockdown beginning on Friday.

What are the details?

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and an inner cabinet of ministers approved the latest three-week lockdown late on Sunday, which will take place during Jewish high holy days.

“The plan is subject to the final approval of the full cabinet on Sunday and faces opposition from some ministers,” Bloomberg reported.

The outlet noted that “[s]everal ultra-Orthodox lawmakers have threatened to pull out of Netanyahu’s brittle coalition if the government goes ahead with a lockdown during the holiday season, which begins Sept. 18 and lasts about three weeks.”

Cases in May reportedly rose from five confirmed infections to more than 4,000 over the last week, according to the outlet, bringing new infections per capita close to the worst levels in the world.

Reuters reported that Israelis Israelis will be required to stay within 500 meters of their homes, and can only travel to workplaces that have been previously approved to continue operations.

“Schools and shopping malls will be closed but supermarkets and pharmacies will remain open,” the news organization added. “The public sector will operate with fewer staff, but non-governmental offices and businesses will not have to close, as long as they do not accept customers.”

Additionally, indoor gatherings will be limited to 10 people, with no more than 20 people congregating in one place outdoors.

“I know those measures will exact a heavy price on us all,” Netanyahu said during a televised address, according to Financial Times. “This is not the kind of holiday we are used to. And we certainly won’t be able to celebrate with our extended families.”

According to Yedioth Ahronoth, Netanyahu added, “We were warned of a spike in serious cases that could result in a number of deaths we have not seen before. [T]he winter that is nearing may see seasonal flu added to the coronavirus case load so we must take steps in advance.”

What else?

At the time of this reporting, researchers at Johns Hopkins University estimate that there have been at least 156,823 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Israel, with at least 1,126 deaths attributed to the virus.

The outlet claimed that May’s “botched reopening of the economy” sent COVID-19 infections “soaring.”

The new shutdown could continue to devastate the economy.

According to Bloomberg, the country’s finance ministry chief on Thursday estimated that a four-week lockdown would cost the nation’s economy approximately $4.4 billion.

Israel will go back into lockdown amid a surge in COVID-19 cases

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Netanyahu announces 14-day coronavirus self-quarantine for everyone coming to Israel from overseas

Amid the continued outbreak of the new coronavirus — formally known as COVID-19 — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Monday that all travelers coming to the country from abroad will subject to a two-week quarantine upon arrival.

“After a day of complex discussions, we made a decision: Everyone who comes to Israel from abroad will enter the 14-day isolation,” the prime minister said in a tweet, according to a Twitter translation from Hebrew. “This is a tough decision, but it is essential to maintain public health – and public health precedes everything.”

In the announcement, Netanyahu also said that the policy would be in place for two weeks, and that in the meantime the government would be working to shore up the country’s economy.

The Jerusalem Post also reported that, while the quarantine policy will go into effect for Israelis immediately, it will go into effect for foreigners in 72 hours. The outlet also noted that non-Israelis will not be allowed to enter the country while the policy is in effect unless they can prove that they have a place to stay for the quarantine period.

The prime minister’s announcement came on the same day that the country confirmed its 42nd case of the new virus, according to the Times of Israel. Th outlet also reported that a man in the country who contracted the virus from an unknown source had visited multiple public places such as shopping malls and a home for the elderly, according to the country’s Ministry of Health.

However, the country has had zero deaths from the virus so far, according to World Health Organization numbers updated on Monday.

Those same WHO numbers placed the total number of confirmed cases around the world at over 109,000 and the number of worldwide deaths from the disease at over 3,800. The vast majority of those cases and deaths have been in mainland China where the disease originated late last year.

Prior to Monday’s announcement, Israel had already ordered travelers from several other countries — including Italy, Germany France, Spain, China, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea — to undergo self-quarantine, according to Reuters. Last month, the country became the first in the world to formally advise its citizens to avoid all travel abroad.