Israel’s malls unconcerned about COVID restrictions

If the new government measures to combat the Omicron variant are approved — specifically the mandating of a Green Pass to gain entry into malls — they are sure to have an impact on the shopping mall industry, likely reducing the number of customers for shop owners.

Despite this, many owners seem unconcerned. Many are even highly supportive.

Most business owners declined to comment on the Green Pass, but several who did say they are unfazed by the potential change.

A significant proportion of business owners reacted very positively to the potential shift in regulation.

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