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Coronavirus Continues to Decline in Israel

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As the COVID-19 virus numbers continue to decline in Israeli society, life is slowly but surely re-opening. Since March 15, Israeli residents were under strict lockdown, and today, a sense of normalcy has returned as Israelis are out, stores are open, and small groups of people are reconvening. With a total of 16,268 cases and…

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Google Links Underwater Cable Project in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

Israel is connected to the worldwide web with three underwater internet cables, run by Bezeq, Telecom Italia, and Tamares Telecom. The cables connect Israel to the greater broadband network, essentially ensuring that Israel has an accessible internet connection. Each cable is built to last about 30 years, and there is about a decade of time…

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Coronavirus Update – Newest Israeli Regulations

in Economy & Innovation

A sense of normalcy rests almost imminently on the shoulders of Israeli society, with the possibility that the tightening restrictions based on COVID-19 is finally loosening its grip. With over 12,591 confirmed cases and a slowly climbing fatality rate at 140 deaths, it appears that the number of daily cases is flattening. With the majority…

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Israel Lands in 14th of UN’s World Happiness Report

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According to six key principles from the annual UN World Happiness Report, Israel is ranked at the fourteenth spot of the happiest countries in the world. The report ranks 156 countries “by how happy their citizens perceive themselves to be.” While they do acquire various statistics to support the report, the scores are “based on…

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Latest COVID-19 Updates in Israel

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science

In the latest COVID-19 updates, over 2,495 cases have been confirmed. Five fatalities have occurred and 41 are in serious condition. Sixty-six people have recovered. About 900 of the milder cases are being monitored from home, while about 200 medium cases are filling the rooms at empty hotels. The Health Ministry is enforcing a full…

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