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Health chief Chezy Levy diagnoses Israel’s COVID-19 future

Director-general tells ‘Magazine’ why he cannot sleep at night

As part of Beit Avi Chai's online offerings, Israeli journalist Romy Neumark, center, narrates a ser

Passover: Jerusalem cultural center launches online offerings for Passover

The leadup to Passover will be particularly intense, with virtual lectures, cooking classes, musical performances and podcasts on offer. All the content is free, and much of it available in English.

By LARRY LUXNER/JTA
17/03/2021

Israeli schools may reopen in orange cities for first time - Health Min.

The decision changes previous directives according to the country's "Traffic Light" program, prohibiting schools to reopen in orange cities.

Shushan Purim celebrations amid ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Jerusalem, Feb. 28, 2021

Coronavirus ‘czar’: Israel might need a night curfew on Passover

Nachman Ash said that he believes that the requirement that people always wear a mask outdoors could be canceled

Coronavirus: Israel is further opening - here's what you need to know

Wondering what will change come Sunday with the new round of coronavirus lockdown relief? Here are all the changes.

A mall in Israel opens up after the country's third coronavirus lockdown.

What Israel has learned from its battle with COVID-19

What lessons has Israel learned from the COVID-19 era? What is the country’s path forward as it seeks to emerge from the pandemic and accompanying economic crisis?

By JTA STAFF
05/03/2021

My Word: Following the lights in Jerusalem and beyond

A taste of pre-coronavirus normalcy that reminded me both of what I had been missing and yet gave me hope.

Israelis abroad suffer month of hell, courtesy of our gov't - opinion

The amount of agony and suffering of the people who have reached out for help has taken a serious toll on me emotionally.

04/03/2021
President Reuven Rivlin and Chief of Staff Lt.Gen. Gadi Eisenkot meeting with 70 influential teenage

COVID-19: Israeli teens file lawsuit over unequal restriction enforcement

High school students would usually be excited counting down the days until the last day of school, but are hurting socially and academically while learning in quarantine.

03/03/2021
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