Knesset approves law for handicap access to services

The Knesset approved an amendment for handicap access on Tuesday that will facilitate the use of public services by disabled persons.
The law, which had been pushed forward by the Commission for Equal Rights of People with Disabilities, applies to service providers such as courthouses, theaters, museums, galleries, libraries, hotels, restaurants, gyms, pools and even fitting rooms in clothing stores.
This is to ensure that people with disabilities will be able to equally enjoy all the services offered to the general public.
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