YERUSHALAYIM -Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 5:55 am | כ’ אייר תש”פ A classroom seen in Yerushalayim, as some classes returned to school last week. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90 )

Israel’s general education system is expected to open up fully on Sunday in towns with a low rate of coronavirus patients, as the country’s coronavirus numbers remain low even after many schools have reopened over the last two weeks. The chareidi school system is still opening gradually, in phases.

The decision on reopening schools was reached in a meeting held between Prime Minister’s Office director-general Ronen Peretz and directors of the Education and Health Ministries as well as the head of the budgetary wing of the Finance Ministry. The decision will be brought for the approval of Prime Minister

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