During the lockdown, people started joining the meeting on video call quite comfortably. Formal clothing was replaced by pajamas and shorts. The trend proved comfortable as summer approached, but an Israeli journalist took the ‘look’ to the studio. His video was shared on social media and since then people’s comments have continued.
According to the report of The Guardian, this Israeli newsreader not only reached the studio in casual clothes but also reached the shoot. Someone took his video during the shoot and now it is being shared extensively
Others defended him and said that at least he was doing what he is comfortable doing, clothing should not matter. Many such anecdotes have come to the fore during the lockdown when people were either caught doing something ‘informal’ by hiding from the camera or forgot that their camera was on during the official meeting.
About 80 percent of adults in Israel have been given the corona virus vaccine. With this, Israel has acquired herd immunity. After the introduction of herd immunity in Israel, now only an average of 15 cases of corona virus are being reported every day. This is the lowest number of corona virus cases after a year. The reduction in cases of corona infection in Israel is very encouraging.
Here people will no longer have to show proof of getting the vaccine before going to restaurants, sports events or cinema halls. Schools have already fully opened in Israel before the new rules and masks are not required when going out. People can hold meetings or rallies across the country. Now only one ban is in force in Israel. Under this, it is necessary to wear masks inside public houses. It is believed that this ban will also be lifted by next week.