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In a pre-Purim announcement, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein (Likud) said that 70% of Israelis over age 16 have been vaccinated.

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Israel’s coronavirus infection rate continued to drop by the end of last week, with just 6.2 percent of tests coming back positive, lowest levels seen this year.

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Iran has carried out its plan to produce uranium metal, the UN atomic watchdog confirmed on last week.

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A new coronavirus treatment has helped numerous moderate-to-serious cases of COVID-19 quickly recover from the illness, Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Medical Center said Friday.

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As Israel’s third lockdown continues in its second month, anger has turned into a sense of hopelessness for small businesses.

 

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Israel, leading the world in coronavirus vaccinations, is also the leader in the amount of time spent in coronavirus lockdowns.

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Bahrain is taking a lead in combating antisemitism and also commemorating the Holocaust.

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The Cabinet unanimously approved Prime Minister Netanyahu’s request last week to extend the current lockdown by a further ten days until the end of January.

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Christian minorities, already threatened by Turkey’s invasions of northern Syria, may have to flee again.

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Magen David Adom reports that it has completed the first round of vaccinations in all elderly care facilities and sheltered accommodation nationwide.

 

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