Serbian handballer playing in Israel breaks isolation, seen at practice

Those arriving in the country from non-"green" states are supposed to go into quarantine for at least two weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus from country to country.

Handball (illustrative) (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Handball (illustrative)
(photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Serbian handball player Milan Pavlovic was seen at Ramat Hasharon HC's practice, participating with his Israeli teammates after arriving in the country only four days ago, according to Israel Hayom.

Those arriving in the country from non-"green" states are supposed to go into quarantine for at least two weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus from country to country.
It was noted that Pavlovic, and fellow Serbian players Darko Arsic and Stefan Terzic - who star on Ramat Hasharon's roster - were supposed to join team training "immediately after the end of the isolation."
However, Pavlovic seemed to have missed the memo and arrived early to practice. It was the team's first day of training at the city's Athletic Stadium.
Ramat Hasharon chairman Avi Kahlon told Israel Hayom that the team is just following the same guidelines that soccer players are following.
The photos were deleted from the club's official Facebook following Israel Hayom's request for comment.


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