In Eilat, hotels are preparing to reopen next week, following a government decision to declare the Red Sea resort and the Dead Sea region special "green tourism islands."  Under the framework, vacationers will be required to present up-to-date negative coronavirus test results in order to be granted access to the two tourism zones, which together constitute some 30 percent of all hotel rooms in Israel. A tourism ministry statement said legislation must still be passed to allow for the opening of other businesses that will serve the tourism sector in these areas.  Etty Krichely, Human Resources manager for the Isrotel hotel chain, told JKAN reporter Naomi Segal that Isrotel is planning to be ready to welcome the first guests at all its hotels in Eilat by November 5th. We asked for her reaction to the government decision.