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Woman who flew from Ireland to Israel allowed to leave hotel quarantine

Inbar Aviezer has been granted permission to leave her mandatory hotel quarantine after flying from Israel to Ireland.

Permission was granted after the case was brought to the High Court which occurred after Israel was removed from the list of countries that required mandatory quarantine when entering Ireland on Friday.

The case will be continued in the High Court tomorrow morning where a final court order is expected for Aviezer’s lawyers. Stating that she believes her detainment is unfair, Ms Aviezer has been vaccinated for Covid-19 and tested negative for the virus twice in recent days, factors that she states have not been considered.

The court heard that Ms Aviezar is due to start a job in the healthcare sector this month and that she has been quarantining since Wednesday.


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