The Home Front Command of the Israeli Armed Forces This Monday morning, at dawn, the measures imposed were lifted. on Saturday for prepare for the subsequent Iranian attackso educational activities will resume, meetings of more than 1,000 people will be allowed again and workplaces will operate without restrictions.

“Following an assessment of the situation, it has been decided that starting today (Monday) at 00:00 (local) a change will be made to the defense policy of the Home Front Command. As part of the changes, it has been decided resume educational activities throughout the country. Educational activities will be allowed on the conflict line and in the targeting areas of the Gaza perimeter subject to restrictions. In addition, the restriction has been lifted. restriction on gatherings in areas subject to the green policy“, reported the spokesman for the Israeli Army, Daniel Hagari, on his account on the social network X, formerly Twitter.

However, the areas adjacent to the Strip Gaza will continue to have restrictions on the gathering of people, with a limit of 100 outdoors and 300 indoors. The cities of Ashkelon and Netivot, along the border, will not be able to hold gatherings of more than 15,000 people. The beaches in the area will remain closed.

Last Saturday, the Home Front Command issued a series of guidelines with a view to avoiding damage in the face of the imminent Iranian attack, highlighting the suspension of all educational activities and the limitation of gatherings throughout the country to 1,000 people.

During the early hours of Saturday to Sunday, Iran launched more than 200 projectiles against Israeli territory in retaliation for the bombing of the Consulate on April 1 Iranian attack in Damascus, Syria, in which 16 people were killed, including senior members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. No deaths have been recorded in the Iranian attack on Israel.