Coronavirus spread

Young Israelis arrive to the Israeli army recruitment center at Tel Hashomer, outside of Tel Aviv on
Even amid coronavirus shutdown, you’re in the army now

Induction day is certainly challenging in the best of times. And these are certainly not the best of times.

Moshe Leon (r) inspects the new testing facility in East Jerusalem.
Drive thru coronavirus testing center planned for east Jerusalem

Around 4,000 people were tested at drive through centers across Israel on Tuesday

Israeli start-up tests speech analysis monitoring of coronavirus patients

"The coronavirus pandemic requires the efficient managing of the resources of the health system," Cordio CEO Tamir Tal told the "Post"

Magen David Adom workers and Shaarei tsedek hospital medical team, wearing protective clothing, as a
Netanyahu: Near closure on Bnei Brak to stop coronavirus pandemic

Six more dead • Over 6,000 infected • Citizens asked to wear masks in public

THE GATES of heaven have parted, revealing a blessed new IKEA near Beit Shemesh.
IKEA starts producing protective gear for health care workers

Demand for its office furniture is holding up well as many work from home due to the coronavirus.

Coronavirus by the numbers: Which Israeli cities have the most sick?

One-third of people screened for coronavirus in Bnei Brak tested positive * Jerusalem has the most COVID-19 patients

Amazon packages awaiting dispatch
Amazon and Instacart workers demand coronavirus protection, go on strike

Amazon workers in at least eleven warehouses across the United States have tested positive for COVID-19.

Hospital bed in Hadassah Ein Kerem
Coronavirus: When Israel’s 'everything will be ok' mindset hits the fan

Israel lost its way in recent decades and enabled a free fall in the number of hospital beds per capita.

A member of medical staff swaps a Palestinian worker for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing, upo
Gov't mulls lockdown on haredi cities as coronavirus patients hit 5,591

COVID-19: Number of dead surges to 21 people, 97 patients in serious condition * Health Ministry: 'Too early to be optimistic,' despite decline in numbers

Airbnb to pay out $250 million to hosts to ease coronavirus cancellations

The aid, which will pay hosts 25% of their normal cancellation fees, is being offered globally except for China.

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