Coronavirus: Israel’s Tel Aviv streets lie empty as Passover curfew begins | AFP

The streets of Tel Aviv lie empty as a full lockdown begins after Israel bans inter-city travel from Tuesday to Friday in order to forestall the spread of coronavirus during the Passover holidays. The COVID-19 disease has so far killed 57 people in the Jewish state and infected more than 8,900, according to official figures. IMAGES

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