Health Ministry recommending that Israelis be allowed to visit grandparents starting tomorrow

The Health Ministry has passed along its latest “exit strategy” recommendations to the National Security Council, with ministers slated to vote on them later this evening, Channel 13 reports.

The recommendations include a removal on the ban against Israelis visiting their grandparents starting tomorrow, so long as two meters is kept between individuals.

In addition, it recommends that gatherings of up to 19 people be allowed outside — so long as the gatherers adhere to a two-meter distance between one another, starting tomorrow.

The ministry also recommends allowing weddings to have up to 50 guests starting May 17.

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