The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading around the world, including in Israel. Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties, but the virus can be fatal. To help maintain the virus, Israel has implemented a number of restrictions on the public.

Working from home? It comes with tax implications in Israel and abroad

What are the tax implications of working from home? Quite a lot actually in each country. Below we review some of the possible tax issues.


Rosh Hashanah: The ‘state’ of God in our world

Which events over the past year have enhanced the presence of God in our world, and which events have diminished His presence? As the new year commences, what is the state of God in our world?


Rosh Hashanah: What happened in Israel in the Jewish year 5782?

From Middle East peace and war to COVID-19, political instability, rising prices, terrorism, Iran fears, Hezbollah threats, immigration and the Russia-Ukraine War: What happened in Israel?


Long COVID-19 patients may show signs of autoimmune disease a year later - study

The patients involved that suffer from long COVID have had fatigue and shortness of breath. Blood samples were used to check for antibodies to stick to any potential viruses.

Israel's COVID-19 czar: Winter is coming, be prepared

The Health Ministry has purchased enough of the new Pfizer vaccine booster for all ages over 12 years, whether they are young or old, healthy or have chronic diseases.

COVID: Omicron BA.2 infection after vaccine can protect from BA.4/BA.5 - study

Breakthrough infections of COVID-19 Omicron BA.2 in people who have received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine have more antibodies against the dominant BA.4/BA.5 descendants.


Why are so few Israeli children vaccinated? - study

A new study of more than 1,800 Israeli parents identified some of the reasons that explain the low vaccination rate among this age group.

COVID-19 masks: Still difficult to recognize faces - Israeli study

COVID-19 face masks make it difficult to recognize faces, even after prolonged exposure, according to Israeli/Canadian study.

What does Oktoberfest look like after a 2-year-COVID-break? The internet tells

Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, runs from September 17 to October 3. Here's how it's going so far.

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