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The nitty-gritty of travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic

By | 2021-01-23T20:55:50+00:00 January 23rd, 2021|Israel|

Airlines will need to verify that every passenger from two years of age and up have provided a negative test result or proof of having recovered from COVID-19.

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Remembering Ronnie Ellenblum, a pioneering historian and lover of Jerusalem

By | 2021-01-23T05:00:01+00:00 January 23rd, 2021|Israel|

The Hebrew University professor, famous for his research of the Crusades, was a mensch who loved the holy city as much as he loved his nonstop intellectual inquiry

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Giving it a shot: The Israelis flying home for a COVID-19 vaccine

By | 2021-01-23T04:59:02+00:00 January 23rd, 2021|Israel|

With Israel leading the way with its vaccination rollout, Israelis overseas are returning to get inoculated – even though they know not everyone will welcome them with open arms

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Israel’s three lockdowns: Variations on a very skeptical theme

By | 2021-01-22T22:11:45+00:00 January 22nd, 2021|Israel|

The sense of emergency during the first lockdown was replaced by distrust of government officials during the second. The third has been marked by another spike and defiance by the ultra-Orthodox community

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A battle over COVID rules breaks out in Israeli Haredi city. This is what it looked like

By | 2021-01-22T19:25:44+00:00 January 22nd, 2021|Israel|

Large police forces arrived at a Bnei Brak yeshiva only a few hours after two officers were injured by ultra-Orthodox extremists while attempting to disperse gathering

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