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A deserted street is pictured during a complete closure, 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