The latest news from Ohio

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

Ohio has 101,731 total cases of COVID-19 and 3,673 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Heal… Read more

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The Big Ten Conference reportedly voted 12-2 on Aug. 10 to cancel its 2020 football season and other fall sports, according to multiple reports. Read more

Ohio has surpassed 100,000 total cases of COVID-19, as Johns Hopkins has reported 5 million … Read more

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

Following what he described as a “crazy day” where he announced he tested positive for coron… Read more

The future of education has become uncertain during the COVID-19 pandemic. Parents, students… Read more

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

Ohio has 97,471 total cases of COVID-19 and 3,618 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Healt… Read more

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

Ohio has 96,305 total cases of COVID-19 and 3,596 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Healt… Read more

Updated

During times of uncertainty, it is crucial to have a reliable space or community that can be… Read more

The Columbus Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Read more

Updated

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced an order for children from kindergarten through 12th grade t… Read more

The latest coronavirus headlines

“Reducing the political uncertainty would contribute to the confidence of the markets in the Israeli economy and improve the ability to deal with the [coronavirus] crisis,” says Bank of Israel Governor Amir Yaron.

The post Bank of Israel Governor urges government to pass budget, prevent new elections appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

When COVID-19 hit Ohio in March, Jewish Family Services in Columbus knew early on it would s… Read more

The Israeli prime minister also instructed that action be taken to outline plans to allow other countries to purchase vaccine options from Israel.

The post Netanyahu congratulates Israeli vaccine researchers ahead of human trials appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

As the fall semester approaches, many schools are exploring the possibility of reintroducing remote learning opportunities into their reopening plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

The vaccine created by the Defense Ministry’s Institute for Biological Research has been tested successfully on animals.

The post Israeli research institution to launch human trials of coronavirus vaccine appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Read more

Tourism Minister Asaf Zamir called the move “important news for the aviation sector and all Israelis.”

The post Israel to begin partial reopening of skies on Aug. 16 appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

The next two weeks are the “last opportunity” to get the outbreak under control via moderate means, says National Coronavirus Project Manager Roni Gamzu.

The post Israel must get morbidity down by Sept. 1 to avoid lockdown, says national task force head appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

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Chabad at Miami University in Oxford is moving to a new, bigger space this fall. The organiz… Read more

The summer camp was geared to address issues of assimilation and the potential loss of Jewish identity in the children of first-generation American Jews. Coincidentally, the idea for its establishment was proposed in the winter of 1921—just a year after another pandemic had finally ended.

The post Camp Modin at 100: Making history in a time of hardship appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

Edouard Cukierman, a leading Israeli investor and business academic, tells JNS about the severe challenges affecting Israeli startups and tech companies in the shadow of the global pandemic, but also about the opportunities.

The post 100-plus Israeli tech companies work to develop solutions against corona appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

Synel reaches out to the authorities, saying that its Harmony Smart app allows people in coronavirus quarantine to report their locations without compromising their privacy.

The post Israeli tech firm offers app to government to keep tabs on quarantined COVID-19 patients appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

The report, based on predictions of a third coronavirus wave, states that some 800,000 people are currently unemployed and that 70,000 businesses will have folded by the end of the year.

The post Israeli Finance Ministry report: Economy unlikely to reach pre-pandemic growth until 2025 appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

While the rise in infections has been halted the numbers are still “high and worrying,” says Israeli Health Minister Yuli Edelstein.

The post Israeli health minister says coronavirus infection rate flattening out appeared first on JNS.org. Read more

“Open anti-Semitism was not unexpected at this demonstration,” tweeted the Berlin office of the American Jewish Committee.

The post Berlin rally against coronavirus rules features neo-Nazi supporters, anti-Semitic displays appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Read more

The local impact of COVID-19

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