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Coronavirus Continues to Decline in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

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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Sorrow and Celebration for Israel’s 72nd Birthday

in Life, Culture & Sports

It’s that time of year when the Jewish State commemorates great sorrow and great celebration. The back to back holiday of extremes approaches every year, and invites individuals as a collective to mourn the passing of terror victims and fallen soldiers, and then momentarily after, celebrate the birth of the State of Israel. The dissonance…

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The Almost Closing Terms of Coronavirus

in Health & Science

The State of Israel is slowly but surely returning to its norms. With confirmed corona cases decreasing, authorities are working to create a manageable exit plan and restore a smoothly functioning society. However, a lockdown curfew was put in place on Israeli Independence Day, to prevent gatherings from taking place. While up to 15,000 tests…

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Corona Trend Reversal in Israel

in Health & Science

As of Sunday morning, restrictions loosened in Israel. With the rate of fatalities dropping day by day, authorities have announced a slight return to normal. Businesses like electronic stores, banks, furniture shops, and book stores are able to re-open. Restaurants can reopen for delivery only. Workplace staff can increase to 30%, and employees who return…

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Holocaust Remembrance Day Goes Online

in Life, Culture & Sports

Every year the siren blares at 10:00AM, and for two minutes, the people of Israel come to a halt, remembering the Holocaust and honoring those who experienced the Holocaust. Solace through the suffering typically rests in being together during tough times, hearing firsthand stories of survivors, squeezing worn hands, and giving long hugs. While Holocaust…

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