Tag archive for ‘Pandemics’
Sever Plocker On Monday, October 5th, 2020

A Mortality Tale Of Two Cities

With his hospitalization for COVID-19, U.S. President Donald Trump did a great service not only for his country but for all of humanity. From now and forever, he will be living proof of the clear and immediate More...

Tsipi Inberg Ben-Haim On Monday, September 28th, 2020

We’re cheering them now, and then what?

By Tsipi Inberg Ben-Haim I feel as if I am here again in the place I was 31 years ago. Only now the subject is a bit different. Then, I realized that writing on the subject of Public Art and artists, while More...

Ynet News On Friday, September 25th, 2020

Israel enters second lockdown for two weeks to stop record spread of coronavirus

The Knesset on Thursday evening passed the first reading of a bill to tighten coronavirus restrictions, which is set to come into effect on Friday for a period of two weeks and cracks down on public protests More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, September 24th, 2020

World`s Five Largest Hotel Chains Lost $25.2 billion in Market Cap Amid Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus outbreak has affected every sector across the globe, but the hotel industry is among the hardest hit. Although hotels implemented increased safety and sanitation measures and cautiously reopened More...

Ynet News On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Israel reports record breaking 6,861 new daily coronavirus cases

A record-breaking 6,861 new daily cases of coronavirus were reported by Israel’s health officials on Tuesday, after nearly 60,000 tests were conducted after the holiday weekend. The Health Ministry said More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, September 17th, 2020

First of its kind study: cancer patients may not have higher COVID-19 risk

A first-of-its-kind study examining the assumption that cancer patients are an at-risk group for COVID-19 finds that these patients do not get infected any more than the general population and do not suffer More...

Sima Ella On Monday, September 14th, 2020

The less flattering side of Israel: the first country to once again impose a closure

Israel becomes the first developed country to impose second general closure for three weeks, starting this coming Friday, in order to deal with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. The media around the More...

Netanyahu , coronavirus , COVID-19
Ynet News On Friday, September 11th, 2020

Ministers opt for two week nationwide lockdown pending government approval

The Ministerial Committee on the Coronavirus Pandemic decided on Thursday evening to present for the approval of the full cabinet a proposal for a three-phase plan beginning with a full two-week lockdown to More...

Jewish Business News Service On Thursday, September 10th, 2020

Court Rules Ben Gurion University May Continue Developing Rapid Corona Testing Device

Professor Gabby Sarusi Ben Gurion University The Tel Aviv District Court yesterday denied a request by foreign companies to order Israel’s Ben Gurion University to cease the development of a new device for More...

Gil Tanenbaum On Thursday, September 10th, 2020

Black Market Israel Rises In Coronavirus World

Israel’s Shadow Economy – better known as the Black Market – is growing as a result of economic contraction caused by the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. This according to a new study just released by Israel’s More...

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