The Health Ministry reports one out of every seven Israelis with the COVID-19 coronavirus is from Bnei Brak.
"Bnei Brak is a city with an unusually high percentage of adults in the population, and if we do not prepare, we'll find ourselves with a lot of dead people in Bnei Brak," Prof. Sa'ar warned.
Approximately 8,000 tests for the coronavirus were run on Wednesday by MDA teams around Israel.
It looks like Yaakov Litzman has functioned as the Typhoid Miriam of this pandemic, sending to quarantine many in Israel's political and communications leadership.
Outgoing Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein has a lot to say about the events of the past few months. Having recently become the first Knesset Speaker in history to resign, he says he's learned to stand up for his principles, even if it comes at a price.
In New York City, the death toll has reached 1,139, with a total of 44,915 more people who are sick.
"Each family with children under age 18 will receive NIS 500 per child, up to the fourth child. “Senior citizens will receive an additional NIS 500."
The good news: at least 226 Israelis have recovered from the virus.
The semi-official Waqf slogan is: "Destroying Jewish artifacts and history since June, 1967."
Andrew Auernheimer, whose mother told Newsweek he has Jewish relatives on both sides of his family, is nevertheless the webmaster for The Daily Stormer.
In Israel, 233 more coronavirus patients were recorded overnight Wednesday, raising the total to 5,591, with 21 dead.
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz opposes applying Israeli law to the Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria, despite giving PresTrump his word he would support the move. Israeli politicians don’t get very far by lying to U.S. presidents.
"This development comes as Al-Shayrat airport has become Iran’s air base in Syria for storing weapons and leading operations.”
"None of us was born a minister, Opposition is not a dirty word."
43,389 Israelis are in voluntary isolation at home, having spent some time near an infected person.
Putting like minds together to create solutions to tackle necessary services during a pandemic.
"We don't know what the next day will bring," Netanyahu said before he relinquished the podium, "but, God willing, we will beat the coronavirus."
As of 10 pm Monday (March 30), there were 4,695 Israelis diagnosed with the virus, including 80 people in serious condition.
Until now, doctors said it was not useful for civilians to use masks in public to prevent the transmission of the virus.
"The idea is that the new respirators should be based on relatively common products and parts, such as the Ambu."
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When PM Benjamin Netanyahu said, in a March 21 TV interview, that “with God’s help we’ll get through” the coronavirus crisis, the interviewer interrupted him with these words: “With the help of the Weizmann Institute…The modern Temple of Zionism is at the Weizmann Institute.” This exchange reveals the gap between the modern state’s promise of efficient management even in the face of great adversity and the elements of randomness and surprise that can render the most powerful and advanced states helpless.
There are too many others still fighting for life in the intensive care units of hospitals around the country.
Israel Police will enforce the lockdown and track violations of these restrictions.
"I can tell you the situation is crazy, and you have no idea how many people have been killed," he said, musing, "The angel of death seems to have been given the green light to act, God forbid."
Here's a wild prediction: Israel Resilience may turn out to be a perfect fit with Likud.
“The president and the prime minister also discussed critical bilateral and regional issues,” according to the White House.
Netanyahu: "If there is no improvement in the rate of infection in the next two days, there will be no alternative but to impose a lockdown."
Bnei Brak Mayor Avraham Rubinstein urged his city’s residents to “Wake up!” and comply with the government restrictions.
"Take this seriously. You’ve been warned, you need to stop services, help people practice their faith in different ways.”