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Netanyahu leaves premiership without a January 6 riot - analysis

Netanyahu did not storm the Knesset or order any of his followers to do so. He did not follow in the footsteps of his friend, US President Donald Trump, on January 6.

13/06/2021
Patrons at a restaurant in Tel Aviv, Israel. March 7, 2021.

Coronavirus: Green Pass, Purple Standard restrictions to be removed

“Israel is going back to normal!” Health Ministry Yuli Edelstein said.

Rockets fired at Ashdod as health minister visits local hospital

Assuta Medical Center was inaugurated in 2017. Most of its structure was built as a bomb shelter.

The dangers of COVID-19 immunity-based licenses - opinion

To incentivize vaccination, the government initiated a certificate granting access to entertainment, sporting and dining venues to anyone who has been fully vaccinated or has recovered from COVID-19.

By SHIRLY BAR-LEV
24/04/2021
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Following allergy death, MKs address Health Ministry for policy changes

Several MKs have suggested different policies in order to best prevent cases of allergy deaths in the future.

The almost empty Ben Gurion International Airport, outside of Tel Aviv, on January 18, 2021.

Will Netanyahu renege on his promise to re-open Israel’s skies? - Analysis

"My approach ... is that it is necessary to tighten because we are in a reality that is still completely unclear," the prime minister said.

Edelstein: Only way to deal with coronavirus outbreak is to lock down

JPost One-on-One weekly 'Zoomcast': Editor-in-chief Yaakov Katz with Health Minister Yuli Edelstein - Episode 1

07/01/2021

COVID-19: Mask wearing outside to no longer be required as of Sunday

Most experts agree that the risk of contracting the coronavirus outdoor is very limited.

Yuli Edelstein is one of the most honest Israeli politicians - opinion

Edelstein was not among his colleagues surrounding Netanyahu during the prime minister’s attack on the court and the law enforcement officers at the opening of his trial.

11/04/2021
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the arrival of the first batch of Pfizer vaccines

Has Israel’s king, Benjamin Netanyahu, been dethroned?

The prime minister has a lot of problems to deal with right now: vaccines, Iran, Jordan, the coalition – and of course, his corruption trial.

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