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Only three international airlines still operating at Ben-Gurion Airport

While 140 airlines served Israel's largest airport prior to the coronavirus outbreak, only Aeroflot, United Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines are continuing operations.

Report: Wet markets in China still operating despite coronavirus outbreak

They have come under closer scrutiny in recent weeks after the coronavirus outbreak was linked to a seafood market in Wuhan, China.

Syria: ISIS prisoners try to break out during coronavirus crisis

The SDF's region receives no support against the pandemic – and not enough support to secure thousands of the world’s most dangerous ISIS terrorists.

Syria: ISIS prisoners try to break out during coronavirus crisis

The SDF's region receives no support against the pandemic – and not enough support to secure thousands of the world’s most dangerous ISIS terrorists.

16th Israeli dies of virus, Health Ministry predicts 150 critical patients

"I don't see a model in which we end this situation with a small number of intubated patients or deaths."

Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn are fighting COVID-19 – and antisemitism

New York state has seen some 60,000 cases and nearly 1,000 deaths – the most in the US by far. "You could just lay in bed like you're almost dead for days and days – and there's nothing to do."

Using alcohol to deal with coronavirus isolation 'can make things worse'

Liquor stores were deemed essential businesses in both the United Kingdom and the United States, which health experts warned occasional drinkers to be careful with.

Social Affairs Ministry to issue 30,000 vouchers for Passover food

The total amount spent by the ministry will come to NIS 9 million.

In Jerusalem, a Palestinian family under coronavirus lockdown

Not only does she have to find ways to keep her own children busy, but she has to ensure her pupils are up to date with schoolwork online.

Mossad bought 10 million coronavirus masks to Israel

The Mossad also brought a few dozen ventilators, tens of thousands of more test kits, around 25,000 N95 masks and is expected to bring even more medical equipment.

Israel Health Ministry: 4,347 confirmed coronavirus cases
The number of patients in need of ventilators has seen a 46% increase adding to concerns that up to 5,000 people will be requiring respiratory support while the number of existing ventilators cannot support the expected need

Netanyahu aide tests positive for coronavirus

The Prime Minister's Office says they will follow Health Ministry guidelines in responding to this development; If Ms. Paluch and the prime minister were in the same room for more than 15 minutes Netanyahu may be required to quarantine

Palestinian PM accuses IDF troops of deliberately spreading coronavirus

Firebrand politician claims was 'exposed to testimonies of Israeli soldiers trying to spread virus on car handles', cites racism and hatred as main motive behind actions

Israel's coronavirus count climbs to 4,247, another spike in serious cases

The Health Ministry says 74 patients are in serious condition; among those with serious symptoms is a man in his 20s with no underlying health problems

Health official tells hospitals to prepare to treat coronavirus cases only

Dr. Erez unsure country's intensive care units could cope with influx of thousands of serious COVID-19 patients requiring respiratory assistance; all elective procedures brought to a halt

Israel's number of coronavirus fatalities up to 15, confirm health officials

Elderly Jerusalem woman succumbs to complications related to COVID-19; 'She was a dedicated mother and grandmother who always put the good of her children before her own,' says family

Mother of COVID-19 patient in serious condition: He told me he was scared

Twenty-two year old with no underlying health conditions contracts virus while on trip overseas; family admits man to hospital after his condition worsens, despite protests

Israeli doctors demand health minister be replaced by professional

In an open letter Netanyahu and Gantz, doctors lament years of neglect that left the country's health care system at its lowest point during the time of coronavirus outbreak; sources say there are no plans to replace Litzman in the next government

Israel's coronavirus death toll up to 14, confirm health officials

The Health Ministry says the two latest fatalities are a 92-year-old man, who was hospitalized at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, and a 94-year-old woman treated at Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak

Prince Harry under fire for inviting IDF soldiers to Invictus Games

The Daily Mail reports the Duke of Sussex, who organizes the multi-sport event for wounded armed services personnel, has agreed in principle with the Israeli delegation on participation in 2022 games and drawn ire of UK's Muslims; teams from Jordan and Iraq also set to participate

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Man, 58, is Israel’s youngest COVID-19 victim as death toll hits 16
Patient, who is not immediately identified, had 'significant' preexisting medical conditions, Tel Aviv-area hospital says

Think we’ve got a working government now? Guess again
The rule of law and the norms of governance have been all but unraveled -- we're looking at a multi-system failure of Israeli democracy

Economy to shrink, deficit to surge as virus runs amok, top economist says
Deputy chief economist at the Finance Ministry says economy will post negative growth of 2% this year; good news is, when recovery comes, it will probably be fast

In Iraq, no resting place for coronavirus dead
Many local leaders and tribesmen fear burying victims could spread disease to their own communities and are sending bodies back to morgues

Israeli schools unlikely to resume after Passover – top Health Ministry official
Moshe Bar Siman-Tov says continuous rise in cases means more lockdown steps are required, Israel will have to deal with thousands of fatalities

Fearing Gaza virus spread, Hamas preps for mass quarantines
Terror group racing to build two large isolation facilities; Israel coordinating with World Health Organization to provide hundreds of test kits, medical equipment

You need to discuss your end-of-life treatment choices now
All adults should make their advance medical directives known: Do it for yourself, and for health workers struggling with the pandemic's agonizing load

Coronavirus cases in Israel rise to 4,347, with 80 in serious condition
Health Ministry adds 100 patients to Sunday night's tally; says 81 in moderate condition, 134 have recovered

Yamina party threatens to go to opposition if sidelined in emerging government
Party source accuses Netanyahu of 'betrayal' amid reports it will be cut from 3 ministers to 1; Ayelet Shaked says she hopes PM won't 'break up' right-wing bloc

Mossad said to obtain more ventilators, masks for battle against virus spread
Spy agency also brought 20,000 test kits, 25,000 respirators, 10 million surgical masks and hundreds of overalls for ambulance teams carrying out testing for coronavirus

Banks exploiting crisis, hiking interest rates, MK alleges
MK Oded Forer (Yisrael Beytenu) accuses banks of exploiting coronavirus crisis to hike interest rates

Council to investigate implementation of ethics code
Council for Higher Education to investigate whether universities adopted code of ethics.

Man, 58, dies of coronavirus
Israel's fatality rate from coronavirus rises to 16 after 58-year-old man dies.

Beit Shemesh municipality sets up street libraries
After Culture Minister closed libraries, Beit Shemesh munipality opened libraries on the streets, each book wrapped in plastic

How to clean a new apartment
Looking to clean a new apartment? Read this to avoid falling for a charlatan cleaning company.

Netanyahu doesn't need quarantine
Prime Minister's Office: PM appears to not need quarantine, epidemiological investigation into adviser is ongoing.

Will Likud offer Foreign Ministry to Naftali Bennett?
Blue & White apparently not interested in Foreign Ministry, prefers Education portfolio.

Schools won't reopen after Passover
Health Min. Director-General says he expects thousands of Israelis to die in pandemic, does not see schools reopening in next few weeks.

New directives to ease situation on farms due to coronavirus
Farms depend on foreign workers and require a housing solution to prevent mass contagion.

Beijing rabbi: 'Outdoor group prayers are killing people!'
Chabad's Rabbi Shimon Freundlich urges precautions to avoid contracting coronavirus, says groups praying outdoors are 'killing people.'

easyJet grounds entire fleet
In normal times low-cost airline easyJet operates flights to several European destinations from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport

Rise in Israel's unemployment rate eases
Since the beginning of March, 786,991 people have newly registered as unemployed; most of them are on leave without pay.

20% of new unemployed won't have jobs after crisis
Israel National Employment Service research unit director Dr. Gal Zohar paints a bleak picture of the job situation after the crisis ends.

BoI sharply cuts capital requirements for Israel's banks
The Bank of Israel expects a large increase in credit losses for banks, plus a huge need for an immediate increase in the supply of credit to the public.

Gasoline prices in Israel to plunge Tue night
The maximum price of government price controlled 95 octane gasoline at self-service pumps in Israel will fall by NIS 1.03 to NIS 4.89 per liter on Tuesday night, April 1.

Israel tax chief opposes tax payment postponement
Eran Yaacov is against a general postponement but stresses that individuals can request postponements.

Israel Aerospace reports record revenue, jump in profit
IAI has warned that the coronavirus pandemic creates uncertainty regarding 2020.

El Al halts all passenger flights
El Al said it made the decision because of the almost complete absence of demand for regular flights.

Shekel strengthens towards pre-crisis rates
The foreign exchange market has become much less volatile over the past few days than in recent weeks.

Treasury mulls allowing public to withdraw early from study funds
Opponents of the measure fear that it will have a negative impact on Israel's capital market.

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