Voyage of the Dead: Hundreds of Coronavirus Victims Seek Promised Land Burials Often at...

ZAKA Chairman Yehuda Meshi-Zahav said, "Last week there was even a case where people paid $270,000 for a private flight."

Exclusive: ‘Hostile Atmosphere’ as PA Arabs Turn on Foreigners over Coronavirus Fears

Palestinian Authority police are searching for foreigners and checking the passports of "non-Palestinians" they encounter.

Hungary to Supply Packages of Kosher Poultry to Jewish Communities of Europe

The shortage is due to the closure of many kosher slaughterhouses, as well as the outlawing of “shechita” (kosher ritual slaughtering) in certain parts of Europe.

Iran: ‘One Person Dies Every Ten Minutes of Coronavirus’

Iran has become the epicenter for the virus in the Middle East.

Mix-Up Leads to Wrong Coronavirus Funeral in New York

“I’m sorry,” he told the shocked family. “We took out the wrong casket. Please wait while I return this casket and bring out Mr. Grunwald.”

Knesset Committee Demands Bill Regulating Shin Bet Tracking of Coronavirus Patients

The Committee also determined that if the bill regulating the matter were not submitted, the decision authorizing the Shin Bet would expire.

Coronavirus Cabinet: No Decisions on Lockdown Till Thursday

"We’re going to discuss ... a long-term coronavirus exit, transition from stage to stage, protecting the vulnerable populations, and increasing the fines, discipline and enforcement."

Bar-Ilan to Test Autonomous Vehicle to Transport Coronavirus Patients

"We are proud to be at the forefront of research and technology in the field of autonomous travel and its adaptation to combat the coronavirus."

New Coronavirus Lockdown ‘Simply Not Enough,’ Further Steps Needed

"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."

With 19 Seats in the Polls, Bennett’s New Book Hits the Stands: ‘How to...

Bennett harshly criticizes the former director general of the Health Ministry, Moshe Bar-Siman Tov, and the head of the public health services department, Professor Michal Sadecki – both no longer in their posts.
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Jewish Summer Camps Matter, Ask These Williamsburg Kids

Now, normally, children are not allowed to be outside in close proximity of one another and without face masks, but this was a protest rally, which has its own protections under the law.

Israeli, Emirati Companies Partner on Research to Combat COVID-19

Although Israel and the UAE don’t have formal diplomatic relations, the two nations have grown closer amid the Iranian threat.

Iran’s Deputy Health Minister Sick with COVID-19 Coronavirus

"We will definitely be victorious against this virus in the next few weeks. But be careful; coronavirus does not discriminate."

Five More Cases of Coronavirus in Palestinian Authority

The new cases bring the total number to 25 people who are ill with the virus in the Palestinian Authority.

First Time Ever, World Zionist Congress to Convene Online

Delegates and observers will be able to communicate directly between each other using a special digital platform.

Riding Mask-less on NYC Public Transportation Carries a $50 Price Tag

“If they don’t have a mask, the MTA will give them a mask to wear. If they refuse to wear a mask, they will be evicted from the system."

5,003,155 Coronavirus Cases Worldwide, 325,218 Deaths as of Wednesday Morning

As of Wednesday, the CDC projects 143,000 coronavirus-related deaths in the US by August 1.

3,392 New Corona Patients Monday, Death Toll at 1,026, Government Ministers Criticize Prof. Gamzu

The cabinet meeting to be held on Thursday will decide whether Israel will enter a lockdown during the Tishrei high holidays.

Yesha Council Minyan Prays, Says Kaddish for Jewish Communities Struck by COVID-19

The Council teamed up with the Jewish Community of Hebron and the Hebron Fund for Kaddish and prayers for health to be recited at the Cave of the Patriarchs.

10 PA Arabs Die of Coronavirus Overnight

Jerusalem, Hebron, and Gaza have registered more than 100 new cases each.

NYC Councilman Warns of Burials in Parks with 2,738 Dead; 59th Israeli Dies of...

"It will be done in a dignified, orderly—and temporary—manner. But it will be tough for NYers to take."

Major Retail Chains to Open in Defiance of Government Lockdown

“We’re drowning. We can’t breathe. It’s been proven that trade doesn’t spread [the virus]. It’s time to open!”

Johns Hopkins: We Did Not Predict the Coronavirus Outbreak Would Kill 65 Million People

The Event 201 exercise did, however, produce a warning that from today's perspective is quite eerie.

Japan Refuses to Release Israelis Quarantined on Coronavirus Infected Cruise Ship

Israel’s embassy in Japan has been working to ensure that the Israelis receive needed medications and kosher food.

Israel Again Tops 2,000 New Daily Diagnosed COVID-19 Cases, But Decides No Lockdown

Any decision on whether to impose a lockdown has officially been put off until August 6, according to Hebrew-language reports.

UJA Giving Another $11 Million to Remedy Coronavirus Damage

Monday's announcement of additional funding came after UJA had pledged more than $23 million in immediate aid last week.

NY-NJ Becomes Epicenter of US Coronavirus Outbreak

The head of the NY-NJ Port Authority was diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus this week. NJ's governor also declared a state of emergency.

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