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Coronavirus: We won’t need another vaccine until 2022, expert says

Medical experts have also emphasized that not enough data is available. However, they have suggested that there might be reasons to be hopeful.

Coronavirus: Vaccinated nursing moms likely pass antibodies on to babies

'Pregnant women who got vaccinated or recovered are also likely to give their children protection against COVID-19 through the placenta.'

Shaare Zedek, Bezalel partner on solutions to coronavirus challenges

As part of the partnership, medical teams and designers will work together and create joint projects.

Pregnant Jerusalemite recovers from COVID-19 at Shaare Zedek

The team spent their focus providing Bat Sheva with respiratory support, while carefully monitoring the status of the unborn child.

Shaare Zedek coronavirus unit

Coronavirus: Not enough ICU beds for those who need them, doctors say

“In order to open more beds for corona patients we had to cut the regular ones.”

Life-threatening tumor found in child's brain had hair, teeth

Doctors say that finding such a growth happens approximately once a decade.

An ambulance driving in the central Israeli city of Elad, April 5, 2020

Some hospitals to stop receiving ambulances due to financial woes

Health Ministry rules to begin vaccinating teens 16-18 as early as next week.

DR. TAMAR LACHISH, senior physician, Infectious Diseases Unit at Shaare Zedek.

Shaare Zedek Medical Center prepares for an unprecedented cold season

This winter, people need to take extra care to stay healthy.

In Shaare Zedek cancer center expansion, Prof. Nir Peled appoint D-G

One of the top oncologists in Israel, Prof. Peled has an extensive and successful background of experience Israel, Europe and the United States.

The coronavirus ICU at Galilee Medical Center

High success of non-invasive treatment for COVID-19 Patients Under 60 - study

"The data show that non-invasive respiratory support is effective in saving lives and preventing invasive intubation," a senior doctor said.

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