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COVID around the world: Israel to ban foreigners as other nations tighten restrictions on Britons

Sky News Sunday, 28 November 2021
COVID around the world: Israel to ban foreigners as other nations tighten restrictions on BritonsGlobal concern about the coronavirus pandemic is growing, with a number of countries detecting confirmed cases of the Omicron variant for the first time.
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