Gaza border region announces ‘full return to routine’ after ceasefire

The Eshkol Regional Council informs residents of the southern Israeli region, which was battered heavily by rockets from Gaza during Operation Breaking Dawn, of a “full return to routine” after last night’s ceasefire.

A statement from the council says limits on gatherings and workplaces will be lifted, roads will be reopened and that educational activities and agricultural work can resume. It adds that regular train service will resume at noon and says public swimming pools can also reopen.

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