Israeli Government Recruits Retired Medical Doctors, Issues Mandatory Call for Private Medical Doctors
The ministry underlined that those who agree to return to the hospitals will be sent primarily to non-coronavirus departments.
The protesters are outraged because the impending lockdown includes limitations on their freedom to hold demonstrations.
“To understand the technology, imagine the porous graphene is an electric fence that functions like a mosquito zapper at the submicron level.”
The researchers urged global decision-makers to "conduct population-wide screening for identifying mutation carriers and prioritize them for vaccination once COVID-19 vaccines have been approved."
It appears the issue for most people, at least in New York City, is not the physical discomfort of the test.
“It’s better to do it now, during the holidays, at a low economic cost and not after the holidays when the economic cost will be higher.”
The trial is designed to evaluate whether the investigational Janssen COVID-19 vaccine can prevent symptomatic COVID-19 after a single dose regimen.
El Al is offering a refund of the value of the ticket plus 30 gift points for frequent flyers, or a voucher at 25 percent higher value for a future flight.
PM Netanyahu is pushing for a full lockdown over the Jewish holidays, rather than later on.
“We are concerned about how COVID-19 may be affecting Orthodox communities in these neighborhoods and beyond."
If 80 percent of Israeli citizens were to wear masks, we would beat Corona in just six weeks.
Smotrich: Religious Israelis Should Lead, Not Be Dragged to Closing Down Synagogues, Praying Outdoors
Unlike certain Interior Ministers who shall remain nameless, MK Smotrich did not condition behaving like rational human beings on leftist demonstrations.
Two large private hospitals with Covid-19 units were severely devastated in the August 4 great explosion in Beirut's port.
Israelis, please stay home, stop spreading the virus, how difficult is this to understand?
“There must be one law for both prayers and demonstrations and all gatherings wherever they are."
Israel has entered a three weeklong lockdown, but it is expected to last even longer and its limitations may be tightened.
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So far, it appears that Tuesday's cabinet meeting is not expected to impose new restrictions on prayer houses and Gamzu's recommendation will be accepted.
Preparations are expected to take several weeks. At present, there are 52,577 active cases of the coronavirus in Israel.
It is unclear how the judge’s isolation will affect the schedule of the Supreme Court.
The Health Ministry supports the imposition of significant restrictions on working in the private sector, and tightening the enforcement in synagogues so prayers may be held only in open areas.
One may go out from one's residence up to a distance of 500 meters only. This restriction enables going out into the public sphere (including parks and playgrounds) up to 500 meters.
PM Netanyahu: "You're saying I'm pointlessly imprisoning the citizens at home?"
"At this point it's already clear: It's simply not enough. We are, at the moment at a morbidity level that requires us to take further steps."
The Rebbe’s name for prayers is: Tzvi Elimelech ben Chaya Nechama for a swift and complete recovery.
The move may be necessary, according to Health Minister Yuli Edelstein, due to the skyrocketing contagion rate of the coronavirus.
"The Home Front Command was here and they themselves take women out of the Corona hotels and bring them to us."
"While for many not being able to get together in large groups will be the hardest thing about the lockdown, the values of community and social support will still be protective."
As of Thursday morning, there will be no kindergarten and daycare, and there will be no classes in elementary, middle and high schools.
Turns out what's good for the goose is plenty good for the gander.
“With a heavy heart, I notified Magen David Adom not to transfer patients to us.”