Daily Archives: January 2, 2022

Israel to revise COVID testing rules amid rapid spread of omicron variant, soaring demand

By | 2022-01-02T22:08:48+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Israel|

Health Ministry to rely more on rapid antigen tests, in place of PCR swab tests, and consider amending testing requirements based on vaccines and symptoms as testing centers in Israel fall under heavy loads

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Haredi leaders issue bold call to resist gov’t move to privatize kosher certification

By | 2022-01-02T21:55:22+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Israel|

Four leading rabbis threaten to revoke the kashrut authority of municipal rabbis who cooperate with a gov't plan that aims to take away the rabbinate's monopoly on kosher certification

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The climate crisis has not skipped Israel: 2021 fourth-hottest year on record

By | 2022-01-02T21:43:23+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Israel|

The Meteorological Service recorded heat waves in almost every part of the past year, and found that the number of days with rainfall dropped – hurting Israel’s water reserves significantly

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One of these foreign TV shows could be the next ‘Squid Game’

By | 2022-01-02T15:18:44+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Entertainment|

Almost every U.S. Netflix subscriber has watched a foreign-language show in recent times. Here are four more ways to go global, from ‘Anna’ in Italy to ‘Anxious People’ in Sweden

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One of these foreign TV shows could be the next ‘Squid Game’

By | 2022-01-02T15:18:44+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Entertainment|

Almost every U.S. Netflix subscriber has watched a foreign-language show in recent times. Here are four more ways to go global, from ‘Anna’ in Italy to ‘Anxious People’ in Sweden

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One of these foreign TV shows could be the next ‘Squid Game’

By | 2022-01-02T15:18:44+00:00 January 2nd, 2022|Entertainment|

Almost every U.S. Netflix subscriber has watched a foreign-language show in recent times. Here are four more ways to go global, from ‘Anna’ in Italy to ‘Anxious People’ in Sweden

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