Israeli Startup Offers Revolutionary Facemask Using Bar-Ilan U. Technology

Sonovia’s metal-oxide infused masks have a particle filtration above 98% of 5 microns and will last over 1 year.

Corona Czar Gamzu Is Leaving, Long Live Czar Ash (from Ariel U.)

Prof. Ash teaches at the School of Health Sciences, Department of health systems management, Ariel University.

Civilian Flyover Honors MDA, the IDF, Medical Staff

The planes flew over Poriah, Hadassah Ein Kerem, Hillel Yaffe and Laniado hospitals, and later over the beaches of Herzliya, Tel Aviv and Ashdod.

Health Ministry: Children’s COVID-19 Morbidity in Israel Higher than Adults’

In only four or five days the morbidity in Israel will go down to one thousand diagnosed new patients per day.

Medical Team Quarantined after Saving Girl Who Later Tested Positive for Corona

"We saved a life that day, and I would do it again in a heartbeat, even knowing the risk.”

Ex-Haredi Volunteer EMT Helping Corona Patients with Love and Kindness

With his vibrant purple hair and multiple piercings, Dvir does not look like a guy who grew up in a Haredi home, but he did, in Jerusalem.

Brooklyn Diocese Loses Lawsuit over Corona Restrictions Blamed on Chasidim

On Thursday, a federal judge rejected Agudath Israel's petition and upheld the governor's decision to shut down Jewish houses of worship.

12% Haredim, 16% Arabs Among Corona Fatalities in Israel

Morbidity trends in children in recent days are on an increase, especially in adolescents ages 12 to 17 in all the sectors.

Kotel Rabbi Asks for Trump’s Recovery on Day of Priestly Blessing

The event was attended by the Chief Rabbis Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef and Rabbi David Lau, Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Leon, and US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman.

President Rivlin Grants First Pardon to Debtor Unable to Pay Fines Because of the...

The pardon request came from a single mother of three children, two of whom are handicapped, who suffered domestic abuse.

Tel Aviv Dresses Up Habima Square Sculpture with Homage to Wearing Face Masks

The initiative is part of the city's continuing efforts to encourage the general public to wear face masks, protect public health, and reduce infection rates.

Everything You Need to Know about Everything You Can’t Do Under the New Lockdown

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.

Mikvah for Female Corona Patients Operating Under the Radar in Jerusalem

"The Home Front Command was here and they themselves take women out of the Corona hotels and bring them to us."

Mental Health Expert Allays PTSD Fears Ahead of Israel’s Lockdown

"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."

Ohr Torah Stone Presents A Condensed Machzor for COVID-19 Communal Safety, Spirituality

"We pray that this machzor . . . helps those who will need to pray outdoors in the heat, and allows people to develop their relationship with God while wearing a mask and socially distancing."

More Men Died of Corona in Israel, Vast Majority of Victims Over 60

Jerusalem leads the death toll from Corona with 153 deaths since the outbreak.

Ukraine Records 1,974 New Covid-19 Cases, 49 Deaths in One day

2,403 have died from the coronavirus in Ukraine since the start of the pandemic.

Corona Czar’s Closure Plan Up for Cabinet Vote Monday, Launch Day Sept. 1

The State of Israel's complex, all-out war on the coronavirus pandemic is expected to begin in one week.

Jerusalem: 3 Corona Patients Treated with Passive Vaccine Fully Recover

The first three patients who recovered as part of the clinical study demonstrated a rapid clinical benefit and have been discharged home from the hospital.

Leading Israeli Entrepreneur Warns Corona Cabinet: New Lockdown Means Mass Layoffs, Economic Collapse

Margalit is the founder of the JVP Fund, a leading venture capital fund in Israel which has invested more than $ 1.4 billion in building 140 companies.

Tel Aviv Municipality Presents: Israel’s First Floating Cinema

The launch of the "sail-in" floating cinema joins a long list of municipal initiatives launched in recent months to support cultural activity in the city.

‘We Have the Product in Hand’ – Israel Will Begin Human Trials with COVID-19...

“This is the first vial of the vaccine; since last Thursday, we have a vaccine.”

Head of Maternity at Poriya Hospital: No Evidence Coronavirus Is Transmitted via Breast Milk

However, "intensive care hospitalization is 1.5 times higher compared to non-pregnant women. The need for respiration is 1.7 times higher."

In Tel Aviv, the Coronavirus Brings Back Legendary Drive-In Theater

Each screening will welcome a total of 200 vehicles, movie audio will be transmitted in high quality via an FM radio frequency.

Psychologists: Low Health Anxiety & Unrealistic Optimism Explain Why People Don’t Wear Face Masks

Having extreme health anxiety may prevent some people from returning to a normal routine once social distancing is no longer needed.

Fully Recovered from Coronavirus, United Hatzalah’s Eli Beer Donates Plasma

“I was made aware that I could donate plasma and that this would help save the lives of others who are suffering from this terrible disease,” Beer said on Sunday.

Lockheed Martin Engineers Boosted Israel’s F-35 Fleet Under Veil of Secrecy, Coronavirus Isolation

With the upgrades to the F-35's electronic systems, it will "do wild things in the Middle East skies."


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