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  2. Facebook-owned messaging platform says it took action to enable people to concentrate on personal and private communications during the health crisis View the full article
  3. Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation makes grim projection, putting estimated eventual toll more than 3 times higher than Italy and Spain View the full article
  4. While citizens barred from celebrating with anyone not of the same household, at Dan Panorama hotel a group dinner is okayed because all attendees are confirmed COVID-19 carriers View the full article
  5. Asked whether they were satisfied with Netanyahu’s handling of the crisis over the coronavirus, 68% said yes, and only 30% said no. Among Likud voters, 95% said they were satisfied. ; View the full article
  6. The grandson of late prime minister Yizhak Rabin took to social media to claim that if Netanyau doesn’t mean to form a unity government he should end up in prison. ; View the full article
  7. Man said to have suffered from multiple preexisting ailments; condition of another man, 29, deteriorates and he is put on respirator View the full article
  8. The Jerusalem Post helps you understand the government's latest restrictions: ; View the full article
  9. Within the last two weeks alone it was discovered that dozens of businesses have already raised the prices of foods such as eggs, milk, cheese and challah. ; View the full article
  10. The desperate Iranian people must get humanitarian aid, but the maximum pressure policy against their corrupt, bumbling leaders must be maintained View the full article
  11. Blue and White said agreements were reached on every dispute, including portfolios, the judicial selection committee and how to implement US President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan. ; View the full article
  12. Education Ministry wants to return kids in shifts or alternating days, but plan hasn't yet gotten Health Ministry approval as Teachers' Union warns step premature View the full article
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  14. Ordinarily an army of experienced reservists converts the military's kitchens for the leaven-less holiday, but the coronavirus requires the IDF Rabbinate to change tack View the full article
  15. Infected persons alerts database delayed by week to secure privacy; Guarding Passover Zoom seders from attack ; View the full article
  16. The grandson of late prime minister Yizhak Rabin took to social media to claim that if Netanyau doesn’t mean to form a unity government he should end up in prison. ; View the full article
  17. The grandson of late prime minister Yizhak Rabin took to social media to claim that if Netanyau doesn’t mean to form a unity government he should end up in prison. ; View the full article
  18. Roads empty throughout country as lockdown enacted ahead of holiday; measures to remain in place until Friday evening and include 28-hour curfew during Seder View the full article
  19. Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center says rabbi is stable, but Haredi outlet reports that his condition is life-threatening View the full article
  20. “Lockdown is lunacy,” Prof. Yoram Lass, a member of the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, told The Jerusalem Post. “It's impossible to stop a virus by government decree.” ; View the full article
  21. The Jerusalem Post helps you understand the government's latest restrictions: ; View the full article
  22. Government czar notes 'boom' in cycling of conspiracy theories, including one claim that pandemic is result of a failed bioweapon test by Israeli secret service View the full article
  23. Despite stay-at-home orders, much of the country has been out and about, mostly to shop -- and especially for eggs View the full article
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