COVID-19

Ichilov Medical team at the coronavirus unit, in the Ichilov hospital, Tel Aviv, Israel, July 28, 20
Netanyahu on coronavirus: 'We are at the height of an ongoing war'

Israel enters second national lockdown after nearly 60 people die of coroanvirus in a single day

Coronavirus: Do health experts think the lockdown will work?

The lockdown is a 'disaster for the country and the economy'

US Chamber of Commerce holds panel concerning the future of Haifa’s port

Chairman of the Haifa Port Company board of directors Eshel Armony said that Israel’s growth is “fantastic” and the population keeps growing.

Israel lacks its usual holiday spirit amid new coronavirus lockdown

In the Jewish state, Jews from across the religious spectrum are feeling an aching loss for the spiritual highlights of the year.

El Al Israel Airlines planes are seen on the tarmac at Ben Gurion International airport in Lod
El Al's lawyer petitions gov't over identity of new majority stakeholder

El Al's new owner, 26-years-old Eli Rozenberg, challenged after buying NIS 359 million worth of stock: Prove you're the real owner, or the airline's license might be revoked.

TEST TUBE with coronavirus label is seen at the end of January.
IDF Epidemiological Investigation Center can handle 2,000 new cases daily

"Rise in number of cases are out of control," says commander of the center; total of 2,500 investigators will be working by the end of November.

Dozens protest at Knesset against increased coronavirus restrictions

"This lockdown is [being imposed] entirely for political reasons," said one protester.

Nefesh B’Nefesh chief: Aliyah interest surges despite COVID-19

Since April, 16,000 families have contacted the Nefesh B’Nefesh hotline requesting information about aliyah, which is an increase of more than 300% over the previous year

Israel is heading to coronavirus lockdown amid confusion, debate

The lockdown is expected to start at 2 p.m. Friday. The Knesset will vote on the plan Thursday evening.

Magen David Adom's Dr. Shafir Botner and Prof. Eilat Shinar at The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference.
Magen David Adom’s changing role during the coronavirus pandemic

Responsibility for testing shifted to the Home Front Command and the health insurance providers, but MDA is still conducting the majority of the tests in Israel.

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