New Delhi, 20th April 2021: At the end of 2019, the coronavirus from China took the lives of millions of people all over the world, millions of people fought with infection and all the countries had to see the days of economic plight. Apart from all this, people were forced to wear masks on their faces before leaving the house.

Meanwhile, photographs from Israel show that once again people will come out of the house with a smile, not a mask on their faces.

In fact, after 81 percent of the public immunization, Israel has removed the imperative of wearing a mask. After this, most people have removed masks from the face. Israel is probably the first country in the world to order the removal of masks.

In Israel, 81 percent of citizens and residents over the age of 16 have received both the corona vaccine. After this, there has been a sharp decline in the number of corona infections and hospitalized patients here. However, the entry of foreigners and the entry of Israelis without vaccination are limited and they are being quarantined as soon as they arrive. This is being done with the challenge arising from the changing forms of the corona.

The Health Ministry said that it has detected seven cases of new Indian variants in the country, which are being investigated.

Speaking to reporters, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “We are currently leading the world in terms of winning with the Coronavirus.”

However, he said that the fight against Corona is not completely over. It can also return.

The mask was mandated when you moved out of the house a year ago, but now this order has been withdrawn. However, the Ministry of Health has stated that masks will still be worn in indoor public spaces, as well as asking people to keep masks with them.

Israel is a country with a population of less than 10 million, a total of 837,160 people have been infected with Corona, and so 6,338 people have died. In the last 24 hours, only 113 cases have been reported here. A total of 828,552 people have been recovered, while active cases are just 2,270.