A woman walks past locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A woman walks past locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A Palestinian man walks past locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A Palestinian man walks past locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
Police officers stand next to locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
Police officers stand next to locked shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A general view shows a main street empty after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A general view shows a main street empty after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A Palestinian man sits in front of closed shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
A Palestinian man sits in front of closed shops in Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
People walk outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad
People walk outside Jerusalem's Old City after Israel entered a second nationwide lockdown amid a resurgence in the new Covid-19 cases, forcing residents to stay mostly at home during the Jewish high-holiday season. Picture: REUTERS/Ammar Awad

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