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Israel’s coronavirus czar: Israel, like other countries in the Northern Hemisphere, is likely to experience coinciding waves of flu and coronavirus this winter • Omicron-specific vaccines to arrive in the country within a month.

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Travelers returning from abroad can be tested for COVID at the government's expense. Testing is voluntary, for now.

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B’nai Brith International says such trivialization “deeply disrespects the victims of the greatest tragedy in the history of mankind.”

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The report issued by the group that tracks anti-Semitism in Germany found that the coronavirus pandemic and related anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and the Middle East conflict were the main themes.

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Compared with the last time the American Jewish Committee met in 2019, much has changed for Jewish communities it advocated for across the globe, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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The Israeli Health Ministry has urged the public to return to wearing masks indoors, despite not being required to do so.

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Salman Zarka, director of the national COVID-19 program, says health officials are weighing a fifth vaccine in light of a subvariant of Omicron.

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According to ministry figures, the pandemic disrupted growing tourism rates, which peaked in 2019 with more than 4.5 million visitors.

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The Ministry of Health is also debating whether or not to end the isolation requirement for coronavirus patients.

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The number of coronavirus cases in Israel continues to drop with 497 patients hospitalized.

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“The expression ‘Judeovirus,’ which anti-Semites spread online, encapsulated the deep-seated superstitions against Jews,” said Dina Porat, a professor and founder of the Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University.

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The mandate is to be lifted on April 23 at 8 p.m., excluding high-risk locations such as hospitals, old-age homes and flights.

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