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Ohio has had 799,639 total cases of COVID-19 and 9,881 total deaths, the Ohio Department of … Read more
Hospitals throughout the state will have to finish vaccinating their medical personnel by 11… Read more
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The Clalit Health Fund study, which involved the testing of 200,000 Israelis aged 60 and up, are in line with the pharmaceutical giant’s own research.
The post One dose of Pfizer’s vaccine cuts infection rate by a third after two weeks, Israeli study finds appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
“It is our collective obligation to safeguard this treasured yet vulnerable population in the spirit of mutual responsibility,” says Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Omer Yankelevich.
The post Israel explores plan to provide free vaccines to Holocaust survivors worldwide appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
(JTA) — Rep. Brad Schneider, a Jewish Democrat who is a leader in the House on Israel issues… Read more
Bonds leadership approached Israel’s Finance Ministry, requesting a higher goal to secure additional funding necessary to help Israel offset economic challenges expected due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The post Despite global uncertainty, Israel Bonds secures record-breaking $1.8 billion in 2020 appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
WASHINGTON — More COVID-19 vaccine doses will be available to states sooner under changes that the incoming Biden administration is expected to make to how the Trump administration has been allocating those shots. Read more
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sets a target of 170,000 inoculations a day, vowing that by March the country’s entire adult population will have received vaccines.
The post New Pfizer shipment gives Israel’s vaccination drive a shot in the arm appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
“1.8 million Israelis have already received [the first dose],” says Health Minister Yuli Edelstein • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu intends to have the country’s entire population fully inoculated by the end of March.
The post Israeli PM, health minister receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
The “tightened” 14-day closure will include the shuttering of the country’s education system and much of the economy.
The post Israeli Cabinet approves list of regulations for full COVID-19 lockdown appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
The development of a “blue-and-white” vaccine is of strategic value, says Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
The post Expanded phase II trial of Israel’s BriLife COVID-19 vaccine gets underway appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
Citing the “emergency situation,” Israeli Prime Minister calls on the Knesset to immediately authorize the 14-day closure, which is set to begin at midnight on Jan. 7.
The post Israeli Cabinet approves ‘tightened’ COVID-19 lockdown appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
The structure of Israel's healthcare system has helped it have far and away the highest vaccination rate worldwide.
The post 5 things to know about Israel’s attention-grabbing COVID-19 vaccination spree appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Read more
The plan provides $624 million in additional grants and extends the deadline for the payment of local property taxes.
The post Israel approves economic recovery plan for business owners hit by COVID-19 closures appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
In the past year, 811 families chose to make aliyah, along with 1,032 singles and 332 retirees.
The post North American olim join 3,000-plus others who arrived in Israel in 2020 appeared first on JNS.org. Read more
"So chins up fellow schmaltzers," the eatery said in an Instagram post announcing the closure.
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