coronavirus outbreak

Retired doctors, medics abroad answer coronavirus calls

Another 20,000 health professionals who had either retired or left the industry have return following the passing of emergency legislation.

Arab Israelis fear they won’t be able to cope with coronavirus alone

Nazareth Hospital opens department for receiving infected patients

Magen David Adom medics staff a special coronavirus hotline
Israel's MDA to treat coronavirus patients with new 'passive vaccine'

This assumes that those who have recovered from COVID-19 have developed special anti-virus proteins or antibodies in their plasma, which could therefore help sick patients cope with the disease.

Israeli Magen David Adom medical team members transfer an Israeli man, suspected of being Covid-19 p
Coronavirus and preexisting medical conditions: Which ones kill?

A third of the Israeli population suffers from one of these diseases, which puts a great amount of the public at risk.

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.

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"

A man walks in an alley inside Jerusalem's Old CIty as shops are closed amid coronavirus restriction
Israeli unemployment exceeds one million: 24.4% of workforce

"Unfortunately, our forecasts materialized - we reached one million jobseekers in March alone."

Two NJ couples charged with child endangerment over coronavirus gatherings

'My Office will prosecute any individual who defies or breaks the law, State of Emergency or otherwise. Everyone must respect and follow the law.'

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

Jewish Canadians returning from US cause spike in coronavirus

Cote St. Luc, a Montreal suburb with the densest and most elderly Jewish population in Quebec, reported some of earliest cases and has declared a state of emergency.

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