Ronni Gamzu

Bnei Brak street scene, April 3
Gamzu: Coronavirus infection rates in red cities among highest in world

“About a month ago, I defined an outline,” he stressed. “Holidays are a time of many gatherings. There will be eating and therefore there is a danger of increased infection.”

Naftali Bennett
Yamina jumps to 21 seats, Likud leads with 31 seats - poll

32% of respondents replied that Netanyahu would be the best prime minister, while 27% said they didn't know and 18% said that Bennett would be the best option.

Netanyahu, opposition trade barbs as red cities chaos continues

Health minister makes emotional appeal to public: 'What about the rights of a citizen that has diabetes or lung disease?'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and coronavirus czar Prof. Ronni Gamzu
Will Israel’s gov't stop the COVID-19 powder keg from blowing? - analysis

The powder keg is about to explode. The question is whether Netanyahu and his ministers will decide to cut the fuse.

Lab workers’ strike ends following agreement with Finance Ministry

The particulars of the agreement that will end the strike are not yet final, but will include a raise in wages.

Coronavirus czar: The High Holy Days terrify me

He made clear that he is not considering locking down Bnei Brak because he does not have faith in the mayor or the residents, but because the infection rate is too high.

Israeli border policewmen chat with local residents at the entrance to Bnei Brak as Israel enforces
Gov't approves night curfew on 40 red cities amid coronavirus spike

Over the weekend, Israel surpassed 1,000 dead from coronavirus.

ultra-Orthodox wedding
Haifa revokes approval for wedding of Rebbe of Vizhnitz's granddaughter

In an alternate reality, not affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the wedding of Pearl Malka, granddaughter of Rebbe of Vizhnitz, Rabbi Yaakov Hagar, would have attracted tens of thousands.

Gamzu, Kanievsky battle over COVID-19 rules in the haredi sector

With all due respect, Kanievsky may be a great Torah sage, but he is not a medical man.

Cabinet to lock down 30 ‘red’ cities as virus spikes

Gamzu begs public: ‘Stop insanity – morbidity has risen to another level’ • Edelstein to ‘Post’: Can’t promise total lockdown will be prevented

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