UTJ head calls on Netanyahu to open schools in locales with high infection rates

While grades 7-10 were allowed to return to classes today in areas where other grades have already been in session, those in red locales with high infection rates remained at home. A large number of those towns are ultra-Orthodox.

United Torah Judaism chairman Moshe Gafni calls on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to come up with a proposal to allow schools to reopen, so yeshiva students do not remain at home.

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