Started Swimming Season In Israel

In Israel today officially begins the swimming season is from April 20 to October 12, rescuers work at 140 beaches in the country. According to statistics of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Israel, 90% of tragedies at sea happened when on the beach no lifeguard at odd hours or in places prohibited for swimming.
According IsraelInfo, in Tel Aviv, where the most visited beaches in the country, today opened 13 life-saving stations on the coast line from Herzliya to bat Yam. In addition, on Tel Aviv beaches will be working with three groups of observers from the mayor's office, which will monitor public order at night.
The municipality of Tel Aviv promises that, like last year, relaxing on some beaches can get free Board games or books from the "beach library".
City beaches open at 7:15 and will run in may to 16:45, in June to 17:45, in July and August to 18:45 and from 1 September until 12 October at 16:45. Cleaning of beaches will be from 7:00 to 1:00.
Each season of 13.5-kilometer strip at Tel Aviv beaches visit of about 9 million tourists.

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