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A Palestinian Christian prays at the church, amid the coronavirus lockdown in the town of Zababdeh, south of Jenin, in the West Bank on February 28, 2021. Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh announced a new set of restrictions in response to a recent surge in coronavirus infections, including of British and South African mutants, in Palestine<br />
A lockdown of all public and private schools for all classes, except for high school students for a period of 12 days, including kindergartens.<br />
A lockdown of all universities, educational and vocational institutes and shifting to distance e-learning programs. A maximum of 50 percent of administrative staff are allowed access to universities.<br />
Movement between provinces is strictly prohibited, including to and from Jerusalem.<br />
Municipal services, emergency services, food and agricultural supplies, medical staff, bakeries and pharmacies are excluded from this decision. Photo by Oday Daibes