WORLD Iran's COVID-19 cases rise to 439,882 as Israel tightens lockdown amid coronavirus surge

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Iran's COVID-19 cases rise to 439,882 as Israel tightens lockdown amid coronavirus surge

Xinhua

09:02, September 26, 2020

An empty highway is seen during a lockdown in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency. (Photos: Xinhua)

An empty highway is seen during a lockdown in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

An empty highway is seen during a lockdown in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

Police are seen on an empty highway during a lockdown in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

An empty highway is seen during a lockdown in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

Closed stores are seen in Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

The empty departures hall is seen in Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

The empty departures hall is seen in Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

An empty road is seen in Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

The empty departures hall is seen in Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 25, 2020. Earlier on Friday, tightening of the ongoing three-week anti-coronavirus lockdown took effect in Israel. Under the new lockdown, all markets and businesses were shut down except for factories and services defined as "essentials". Residents are required to stay within a 1,000-meter radius of their homes, except for special cases such as receiving medical care or an emergency.

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