Israeli Kashrut Supervisors Fly to Argentina Despite Tough Coronavirus Ban in Both Countries

Israel is Argentina' third largest buyer of beef, to the tune of $100 million annually.

Jordan Posts Army Units in Every City to Enforce Nationwide Curfew

On Monday, Jordan confirmed six new coronavirus cases, bringing the official total to 18
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Rav Elyashiv, the Vilna Gaon’s Lottery and Coronavirus

When asked what should the Jewish response be to Coronavirus, Rav Binyamin Elyashiv performed a Goral HaGra, and the response he received...

Colel Chabad ‘Smart Apartments’ Project Helps Disabled Live Independently

The new independent living project provides maximum accessibility and support for disabled Israelis.

2nd Israeli Coronavirus Patient, 67, Dies

The deceased was hospitalized for a week and it is unknown from whom and where she was infected.

United Hatzolah Steps In to Help in Judea, Samaria and Northern Border Region

United Hatzolah is supplying teams and ambulances to Judea, Samaria and the northern border region.

Israel’s Barbershops, Shuls, B&Bs to Reopen Sunday, Most Shops the Following Week

Netanyahu said: "Let it be clear to everyone, if the morbidity goes up in this or that city, I will not hesitate to recommend that the Cabinet close that city, cordon it off."

Israeli Firms Share Innovations at BIO International Convention in San Diego

The Israel Innovation Authority offers many avenues of support to entrepreneurs ... including a startup track and technological infrastructure track, as well as other funding tools.

Study: South African Variant Can Break Through Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine

"Among individuals infected after receiving two doses of the vaccine, the prevalence rate was 8 times higher than the rate in unvaccinated. . . matched individuals."

Health Ministry Data Show Corona Vaccinations Reduce Serious Illness by Half

From the moment one gets a negative result for the second test, one can exit the one-week isolation, no need to wait for an SMS from the health ministry.

Israel Warns Against Travel to UAE, Bans Flights to 6 Countries

The highly contagious "Delta variant" of COVID-19 has arrived in Israel together with travelers from affected countries.

Rabbinical Group Claims Feds Reneged on $35,000 in Covid-19 Support

“I just question. I wonder why. I wonder if there is no respect for rabbinical organizations.”

Israel’s Schools Start Reopening Thursday, Pediatricians Warn Lockdown Severely Impacted Children’s Mental Health

The pediatricians point to a large increase in the incidence of tantrums, anxiety, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, anorexia in girls and boys, and obesity.

Israeli Scientists Prove Ozone is Effective Disinfectant Against Coronavirus

"Its advantage over common disinfectants . . . is its ability to disinfect objects and aerosols within a room, and not just exposed surfaces, rapidly and with no danger to public health."

Report: Saeb Erekat Allegedly Met With Families of Potential Lung Donors in Israel

Health Ministry denial: “We don’t know anything about such a meeting, or any others by this patient with [other] patients in the hospital system in Israel.”

Live Blog: Israel Battles #PyroTerrorism: Friday, Nov. 25, Latest Update: 3:59 PM

JewishPress.com is blogging the efforts of Israel's firefighters and security personnel battling pyroterrorists.

Israeli Scientists Use Genetic Screen to Identify Genes That Protect Cells from Zika Virus

The study identified genes that safeguard against the viral infection as well as resuscitate infected cells, according to the researchers.

Coronavirus Case Count Rises to 39 in Israel

In addition, the Health Ministry warned the coronavirus was isolated as a sole cause of pneumonia though its symptoms are similar.

Presidential Residence Cleansed following Coronavirus Scare

Cleaning was carried out in all offices at Beit HaNasi, including bathrooms and kitchens.

FDA Green-Lights Israeli-US Drug for COVID-19 Treatment Trial

The drug (Aviptadil) to be tried already has a 20-year history of safe use in human beings.

Burger, Fries and a Prime Minister: Drive-Thru Voting Stations for Corona Times

“It’s our wish . . . to provide all eligible voters with the opportunity to vote, but we will do this while taking all possible precautions to safeguard the public’s health."

Dr. Talia Golan Leads the Battle to Find a Cure for Pancreatic Cancer

The South African-born doctor heads the Sheba Pancreatic Cancer Center and the Pancreatic Cancer Translational Research Laboratory

Terrorist Who Murdered Rabbi Herling, Other Jews, Sick with Coronavirus

In 2001, he took part in the shooting attack on a group of hikers on Mount Ebal in Samaria, where Rabbi Benjamin Herling, a resident of Kedumim, was murdered.

First Maternity Hospital in South Syria Opens on Israeli Border

In the years since the Syrian civil war began, in 2011, area sick and pregnant women were admitted in a field hospital set up by the IDF for the Israel-aligned rebels and their families on the Israeli border.

President Rivlin Shares Report Saying Public Trust in the State Badly, Maybe Fatally Harmed

"We will have to deal with the shocking hatred that undermines our national resilience," Rivlin said.

Another Jerusalem School Hit with Coronavirus

Teachers and students in the 7th grade were sent into quarantine.

Jordan Valley Council to Red Crescent: Please Help, Litzman Abandoned Us

Next Sunday, March 1, MDA will shut down its station which would mean no emergency medical response to future accidents on Route 90, Israel's most dangerous highway.

Prime Minister Netanyahu First Israeli To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

The government plans to have millions of Israelis vaccinated by the end of March.

New IDF Draft Guidelines May Deter Physicians from Immigrating to Israel

Physicians in the United States rack up some $200,000 in debt by the time they complete their studies, and they will never be able to pay it off while earning a military salary in Israel.

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