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Faced with 34 cases of COVID-19 at Montefiore in Beachwood in October, the administrator, nursing director and assistant nursing director were terminated following an investigation which the nursing director and assistant nursing director submitted false tests and Montefiore’s administrator …

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Ohio saw the highest number of COVID-19 cases reported in a 24-hour period since the start of the pandemic with 3,590 new cases.

The measure will take effect upon approval by the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee.

The post Israel extends COVID-19 state of emergency until Jan. 3 appeared first on JNS.org.

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The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Ohio has had 205,347 total cases of COVID-19 and 5,256 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Health reported Oct. 28.

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It’s time we all had “the talk.”

Will his experience working under fire help Israel's new coronavirus project coordinator navigate the minefield of politics?

The post The many challenges facing Israel’s incoming coronavirus chief Nachman Ash appeared first on JNS.org.

Schools will be able to reopen before the test results are in, and staff will not have to self-quarantine unless they test positive • Knesset Education Committee axes open-air classes.

The post Israeli Health Ministry calls for teachers to take COVID-19 tests before schools reopen appeared first on JNS.org.

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The number of hospitalization cases due to the coronavirus is increasing at a steeper rate than the state has ever seen before, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Oct. 27.

Professor Ash, 49, currently director of the health division of Maccabi Healthcare Services, will replace professor Ronni Gamzu in the role.

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The Lauder Employment Center has set a goal of bringing 500,000 people to the desert.

The post Nurturing talent in the Negev as Israel prepares for economic recovery appeared first on JNS.org.

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Erika B. Rudin-Luria, president of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, spoke of her concerns and hopes as one of three panelists in a discussion called “Innovative Jewish Leaders Re-envision Connection & Community Post-COVID” Oct. 25 as part of the Jewish Federation of North America’s Ge…

Ohio has had 200,231 total cases of COVID-19 and 5,217 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Health reported Oct. 26.

Grades three and four to return to class in capsules; grades one and two to be divided, with attendance on alternate days • Druze town of Majdal Shams declared a restricted zone.

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Ohio has had 198,115 total cases of COVID-19 and 5,206 total deaths, the Ohio Department of Health reported Oct. 25.

Human trials of the BriLife vaccine developed at the Israel Institute for Biological Research will begin at Hadassah and Sheba medical centers, with 80 healthy volunteers.

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Under the outline approved by the government, entry to the relatively isolated areas will be conditional on the presentation of a negative COVID-19 test.

The post Dead Sea, Eilat to be declared ‘green tourist islands,’ hotels to reopen appeared first on JNS.org.

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Men who had moderate or serious COVID-19 infections could find their fertility impaired for an unknown amount of time, said Israeli physician Dr. Dan Aderka.

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced how the state’s $429.5 million in CARES Act funding will be distributed to help Ohioans and organizations who need assistance due to the pandemic.

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(JTA) — I grew up in the Williamsburg and Borough Park neighborhoods of Brooklyn. At my Orthodox Jewish day school, I studied the Torah and Jewish law. Our rabbis, many of whom had been trained in the great Talmudic academies of eastern Europe, always focused on the primary role of choosing …

The Cleveland Jewish News has compiled a list of organizations and businesses that are creating online content during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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As Ohio again surpasses its record-breaking coronavirus cases for the second consecutive day, Gov. Mike DeWine called for Ohioans to come together and wear their masks saying that “it is now serious.”

MetroHealth partnered with Bikur Cholim Oct. 15 for a third drive-thru COVID-19 testing event at Heights Jewish Center Synagogue in University Heights.

(JTA) — Some Orthodox neighborhoods classified as “red zones” by the state of New York due to their high COVID-19 test positivity rates in recent weeks will soon be allowed to reopen schools and nonessential businesses. But the areas of Brooklyn where Orthodox Jews have staged protests against the restrictions imposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo […]

The post Some Orthodox areas of NY see COVID rules relaxed, but not Brooklyn neighborhoods that protested appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

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Beachwood Police Chief Kelly J. Stillman confirmed the body of a 31-year-old male was found at Hotel Indigo on Park East in Beachwood over the weekend.

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