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COVID-19 government response timeline for Palestine

Find out what policies Palestine has implemented to combat the pandemic.
Feb 22nd, 2020Feb 22
Level 1 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - public officials urging caution about Covid-19Details
"It called upon citizens and residents to cooperate with the directorates of the Ministry of Health in all governorates and abide by the WHO recommendations regarding the disease, which include using paper tissues to cover the mouth and nose when sneezing and coughing, upholding personal hygiene and safe nutritional practices, washing the hands with soap and water or other antiseptics, avoiding kissing and contact with anyone suffering from cold or flu-like symptoms without taking the necessary precautions, and seeking medical care in the event of fever, cough or breathing difficulties." http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=w5WjuTa115164968259aw5WjuT
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Government of Palestine declared State of emergency in all Palestinian-controlled territory for 30 days on 05 March. It's measures included ban of mass gatherings, celebrations, protests, and strikes, and the cancellation of major sporting events and other large gatherings. Note: Although it was announced for all Palestinian territories, in Hamas controlled Gaza no special measures were being taken yet beyond having those entering the enclave quarantine for 14 days. Since it was announced for all the territories, it entered as 'General' Sources: https://www.timesofisrael.com/pa-shutters-west-bank-israel-quarantines-bethlehem-after-coronavirus-found/ https://www.france24.com/en/20200305-palestinians-announce-west-bank-tourism-ban-over-coronavirus On 22 March, the government rolled out even stricter measures which required all the citizens to stay home till the end of State of Emergency and closure of all but essential services to limit gathering. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1 On 3 April, the government extended the State of Emergency by 30 days. Source: http://xinhuanet.com/english/2020-04/04/c_138945282.htm
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 2 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 101-1000 peopleDetails
Government of Palestine declared State of emergency in all Palestinian-controlled territory for 30 days on 05 March. It's measures included ban of mass gatherings, celebrations, protests, strikes, and other large gatherings. Note: Although it was announced for all Palestinian territories, in Hamas controlled Gaza no special measures were being taken yet beyond having those entering the enclave quarantine for 14 days. Since it was announced for all the territories, it entered as 'General' Sources: https://www.timesofisrael.com/pa-shutters-west-bank-israel-quarantines-bethlehem-after-coronavirus-found/ https://www.france24.com/en/20200305-palestinians-announce-west-bank-tourism-ban-over-coronavirus On 22 March, the government rolled out even stricter measures which required all the citizens to stay home till the end of State of Emergency and closure of all but essential services to limit gathering. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1 On 3 April, the government extended the State of Emergency by 30 days. Source: http://xinhuanet.com/english/2020-04/04/c_138945282.htm
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 1 of 2
C5: Close public transport - recommend closing (or significantly reduce volume/route/means of transport available)Details
The state of emergency declared urges people to refrain from travelling between regions, but given the lack of mention for public transport and the publications by the PA about fumigating busses, it seems that in fact it is still running (thus corrected here) until the general lockdown enacted in Mar 22. http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=ctGcj9a115309634715actGcj9 http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=Qy0UOua115304875950aQy0UOu (Ben Luria: Changed from T to G, given that we refer to the PA as the relevant entity of Palestine, thus covering the policies in the West Bank as general policies)
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Government of Palestine declared State of emergency in all Palestinian-controlled territory for 30 days on 05 March. It restricted the movement between different PA governorates and cities to only necessary traffic, especially travel to and from Bethlehem. Note: Although it was announced for all Palestinian territories, in Hamas controlled Gaza no special measures were being taken yet beyond having those entering the enclave quarantine for 14 days. Sources: https://www.timesofisrael.com/pa-shutters-west-bank-israel-quarantines-bethlehem-after-coronavirus-found/ https://www.france24.com/en/20200305-palestinians-announce-west-bank-tourism-ban-over-coronavirus A government response plan document released on 22 March confirmed that movement between West Bank governorates was restricted. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1 (Ben Luria: Changed from T to G, given that we refer to the PA as the relevant entity of Palestine, thus covering the policies in the West Bank as general policies)
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
"The response included a two-week ban on tourists visiting cities and sites in the occupied West Bank, and the cancellation of major sporting events and other large gatherings.". Later extended. https://www.france24.com/en/20200305-palestinians-announce-west-bank-tourism-ban-over-coronavirus
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
The state of emergency declaration marks the beginning of a coordinated public information campaign at Mar 5. Quoted from the C19 Response Plan document by the PA (unable to archive, original link attached): "The GoP immediately declared a State of Emergency when the first cases in the State of Palestine were diagnosed on 5 March 2020 and launched robust national containment measures, supported by an evidence-based communications campaign to encourage our citizens to protect themselves and follow government guidance." http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=ctGcj9a115309634715actGcj9 http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
"Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh, speaking on the official Palestine TV, said that based on the powers granted to him in the decree by President Mahmoud Abbas, he decided to shut down all educational facilities, all tourist and religious areas, national parks, and cancel all hotel reservations for foreign tourists.". That is for the initial time period of a month, starting March 6 (which was later extended) http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=ctGcj9a115309634715actGcj9 (Ben Luria: Changed from T to G, given that we refer to the PA as the relevant entity of Palestine, thus covering the policies in the West Bank as general policies)
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Since March 6, a state of emergency was enacted, "shutting down the country". However, in the official documentation no reference to shutting down all workplaces, but rather that PM Shtayyeh "decided to shut down all educational facilities, all tourist and religious areas, national parks, and cancel all hotel reservations for foreign tourists", and restrict movement between towns. http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=ctGcj9a115309634715actGcj9 (Ben Luria: Changed from T to G, given that we refer to the PA as the relevant entity of Palestine, thus covering the policies in the West Bank as general policies)
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 1 of 3
H2: Testing policy - only those who both (a) have symptoms AND (b) meet specific criteria (eg key workers, admitted to hospital, came into contact with a known case, returned from overseas)Details
"The GoP has quarantine facilities in each of the governorates and conducts testing at the Central Health Laboratory. Individuals suspected to have COVID-19 are home quarantined until symptoms develop or they have a positive test: all in-coming travellers are placed in government quarantine for two weeks. Individuals with positive samples or symptoms are cared for in government hospitals. There are contact and trace units in each governorate." https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/state-emergency-palestine-s-covid-19-response-plan
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
"The GoP has quarantine facilities in each of the governorates and conducts testing at the Central Health Laboratory. Individuals suspected to have COVID-19 are home quarantined until symptoms develop or they have a positive test: all in-coming travellers are placed in government quarantine for two weeks. Individuals with positive samples or symptoms are cared for in government hospitals. There are contact and trace units in each governorate." https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/state-emergency-palestine-s-covid-19-response-plan
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 3 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for all-but-essential workplaces (eg grocery stores, doctors)Details
Starting March 22 at night, a stricter lockdown was enacted - thus narrowing the workplaces to only essential services (at least officially, whereas it seems that was practically perhaps the case since the March 6 emergency state). The state of emergency was extended on April 3 to 30 more days. "Life came to a standstill in all West Bank cities and towns today as the curfew and strict lockdown Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has declared yesterday in order to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus disease, Covid-19, went into effect since 10:00 p.m. last night." http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=Qsn9d0a115639893006aQsn9d0 http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=Qsn9d0a115639893006aQsn9d0
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
On 22 March, the government rolled out even stricter measures which required all the citizens to stay home till the end of State of Emergency and closure of all but essential services to limit gathering. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Starting March 22 at night, a stricter lockdown was enacted - thus narrowing the workplaces to only essential services (at least officially, whereas it seems that was practically perhaps the case since the March 6 emergency state) and the access to public transportation. The state of emergency was extended on April 3 to 30 more days. "Life came to a standstill in all West Bank cities and towns today as the curfew and strict lockdown Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has declared yesterday in order to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus disease, Covid-19, went into effect since 10:00 p.m. last night." http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=Qsn9d0a115639893006aQsn9d0
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
On 22 March, the GoP rolled out stricter suppression measures in the West Bank, preventing movement between governorates, closing all non-essential facilities, and asking the citizens in the West Bank to stay at home for 14 days, except for essential activities and emergencies. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1 On 3 April, the government extended the State of Emergency by 30 days. Source: http://xinhuanet.com/english/2020-04/04/c_138945282.htm
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
On 22 March, the GoP rolled out stricter suppression measures in the West Bank, preventing movement between governorates, closing all non-essential facilities, and asking the citizens in the West Bank to stay at home for 14 days, except for essential activities and emergencies. Source: http://www.emro.who.int/images/stories/palestine/documents/Palestine_Authority_COVID-19_Response_Plan_Final_26_3_2020.pdf?ua=1 On 3 April, the government extended the State of Emergency by 30 days. Source: http://xinhuanet.com/english/2020-04/04/c_138945282.htm
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
By 22 March, the following guideline was in place: Closure of all borders (movement of goods is allowed) https://www.france24.com/en/20200305-palestinians-announce-west-bank-tourism-ban-over-coronavirus
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Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
Extension of state of emergency for 30 more days (policies remain in tact). http://english.wafa.ps/page.aspx?id=Qsn9d0a115639893006aQsn9d0
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Apr 21st, 2020Apr 21
Level 2 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - broadDetails
The Palestine Monetary Authority has postponed monthly/periodic loan repayments to all borrowers for the next four months, and for the tourism and hotel sectors for the next six months. It has also prohibited the collection of fees, commissions or additional interest on deferred payments. These measures are subject to extension. https://www.imf.org/en/Topics/imf-and-covid19/Policy-Responses-to-COVID-19
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Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 3 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for all-but-essential workplaces (eg grocery stores, doctors)Details
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Apr 28th, 2020Apr 28
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
May 22nd, 2020May 22
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
No new policy or change in policy identified.
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May 22nd, 2020May 22
Level 2 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - broadDetails
I could not find any new policy. So I assume that previous policy is counting.
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May 22nd, 2020May 22
Level 1 of 3
H2: Testing policy - only those who both (a) have symptoms AND (b) meet specific criteria (eg key workers, admitted to hospital, came into contact with a known case, returned from overseas)Details
No new policy identified.
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May 22nd, 2020May 22
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
No new policy identified.
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May 26th, 2020May 26
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
According to Reuters 25th May, 2020, Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said , churches and businesses in the occupied West Bank will reopen on Tuesday in an easing of coronavirus restrictions. Link https://english.alarabiya.net/en/coronavirus/2020/05/25/Coronavirus-Palestinians-easing-COVID-
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May 26th, 2020May 26
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on 25th May, 2020 , shops and businesses will operate as normal from Tuesday, while government employees will return to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday on WednesdayPublic transport will also resume and mosques, churches and public parks will reopen, though people will have to obey physical distancing measures. Link: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/pa-easing-coronavirus-restrictions-occupied-west-bank-200525121054400.html
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May 26th, 2020May 26
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions in the occupied West Bank following a steady drop in the number of new infections.Public transport will also resume and mosques, churches and public parks will reopen, though people will have to obey physical distancing measures.Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on Monday shops and businesses will operate as normal from Tuesday, while government employees will return to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday on Wednesday. Link: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/pa-easing-coronavirus-restrictions-occupied-west-bank-200525121054400.html
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May 26th, 2020May 26
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on 25th May, 2020 , shops and businesses will operate as normal from Tuesday, while government employees will return to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday on WednesdayPublic transport will also resume and mosques, churches and public parks will reopen, though people will have to obey physical distancing measures. Link: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/pa-easing-coronavirus-restrictions-occupied-west-bank-200525121054400.html
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May 26th, 2020May 26
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on 25th May, 2020 , shops and businesses will operate as normal from Tuesday, while government employees will return to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday on WednesdayPublic transport will also resume and mosques, churches and public parks will reopen, though people will have to obey physical distancing measures. Link: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/pa-easing-coronavirus-restrictions-occupied-west-bank-200525121054400.html
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Jun 21st, 2020Jun 21
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
On June 21, Palestine announced stricter lockdown measurements in localities where COVID19 clusters have emerged: 'movement in and out of Hebron district will be barred for five days, starting on Saturday night, while the second hardest-hit district of Nablus, in the north of the West Bank, will be put under a 48-hour lockdown'. Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye stated that strict lockdowns would be imposed on any 'village, refugee camp, neighborhood, or city where cases of coronavirus would be found', indicating that restrictions will continue to develop according to the situation on the local level. https://archive.vn/0KAD9
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
The Palestinian Authority has extended the movement restrictions from 8 July for a further five daysThe Palestinian Authority has extended the movement restrictions from 8 July for a further five days. Note: The movement restriction are extended from 8th July overall. This shows that already restrictions were general. Link https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19-situation-report-35-occupied
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
No new policy identified for this period
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Jul 8th, 2020Jul 08
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
he Prime Minister’s office extended the lockdown from 8 July for five more days allowing only pharmacies, bakeries and supermarkets to open; factories and banks are exempt with safety measures; movement of goods allowed within governorates Link https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19-situation-report-35-occupied
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Jul 8th, 2020Jul 08
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
he Palestinian Authority has extended the movement restrictions from 8 July for a further five days. Link https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19-situation-report-35-occupied
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Jul 16th, 2020Jul 16
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Since the PA's announcement on 13 July, some restrictions have ben relaxed, following protests by business owners, allowing small businesses to reopen, subject to restrictions. See: https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/occupied-palestinian-territory-opt-covid-19-emergency-10 (web archive not working)
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Jul 16th, 2020Jul 16
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
All wedding celebrations, mourning houses, and public gathering are prohibited. See: https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/occupied-palestinian-territory-opt-covid-19-emergency-10 (web archive not working)
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Jul 16th, 2020Jul 16
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
NB: Public transportation is generally permitted within governorates, but remains suspended between governorates. See: https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/occupied-palestinian-territory-opt-covid-19-emergency-10 (web archive not working)
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Jul 16th, 2020Jul 16
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Movement between all governoratesprohibited until 27 July, with a nighttime curfew imposed from 20:00 to 06:00. See: https://reliefweb.int/report/occupied-palestinian-territory/occupied-palestinian-territory-opt-covid-19-emergency-10 (web archive not working)
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Jul 16th, 2020Jul 16
Level 2 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - broadDetails
Measures include the fact that the Palestine Monetary Authority postponed monthly/periodic loan repayments to all borrowers for the next four months. See https://www.imf.org/en/Topics/imf-and-covid19/Policy-Responses-to-COVID-19 (web archive not working)
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Jul 21st, 2020Jul 21
Level 2 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - broadDetails
On July 21, the PMA issued new instructions to banks to mitigate the economic effects of COVID-19. The new instructions apply to borrowers which banks consider to have been directly affected by the crisis. The new instructions give borrowers the possibility to postpone the payment of their obligations with multiple options (e.g., overdraft, restructuring, rescheduling, Tawarruq). See https://www.imf.org/en/Topics/imf-and-covid19/Policy-Responses-to-COVID-19 (web archive not working)
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Jul 28th, 2020Jul 28
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
The Palestinian Authority has extended the state of emergency until September 3, 2020. See: https://il.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 28th, 2020Jul 28
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
The Palestinian Authority has extended the state of emergency until September 3, 2020. See: https://il.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 28th, 2020Jul 28
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
All land crossing between Jordan and the Occupied Palestinian Territories is currently closed except in very limited circumstances, but commercial flights are now operating to and from the Occupied Palestinian Territories on a limited number of routes. It is not clear when this began, but the UK FCO published this as part of its 30th July update, but it seems plausible that it might have began earlier. See: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/the-occupied-palestinian-territories/coronavirus (web archive not working)
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