The unprecedented implications of the coronavirus outbreak have led the Israeli Government to declare a state of emergency, under which regulations and procedures have been announced in order to provide a framework for the administrative enforcement during this time. Such regulations and procedures have an impact on a wide range of supervised entities in the fields of environmental protection, business licensing and work safety, and they are aimed primarily at facilitating operations for businesses which are currently grappling with the various limitations imposed due to the state of emergency and the resultant economic consequences.

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