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After a yearlong delay, 10 of 12 wrongful death cases arising from an alleged COVID-19 testi… Read more10 Montefiore wrongful death suits moved back to Cuyahoga County court
The former administrator of Montefiore testified Nov. 15 that he now believes COVID-19 testi… Read moreHyman testifies COVID-19 testing was properly conducted
You’ve probably heard of “gateway” drugs, but a group of researchers at Ohio State Universit… Read moreCOVID-denial, election-denial not far apart, OSU researchers found
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ohio Read moreOhio COVID-19 hospitalizations trending downward
With COVID-19 still in play as well as more accurate information about its spread and risks,… Read moreDr. Senders: 'It's safe to go back to synagogue'
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ohio Read moreOhio reports 20,552 new COVID-19 cases this week
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As schools plan to welcome back students, families and educators are preparing for the third… Read moreDoctors offer guidance on COVID-19 as students go back to school
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ohio Read moreOhio reports 24,067 new COVID-19 cases this week
The latest coronavirus headlines
Researchers have declared this a scientific breakthrough.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
The post At first AJC global forum since pandemic, world leaders grapple with burst of anti-Jewish hate appeared first on JNS.org. Read moreAt first AJC global forum since pandemic, world leaders grapple with burst of anti-Jewish hate
The Israeli Health Ministry has urged the public to return to wearing masks indoors, despite not being required to do so.
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.
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.
Masks will still be required at high-risk locations such as hospitals, nursing homes and flights.
Montefiore has offered settlements to three family members of residents who died following a… Read moreThree cases settled in Montefiore alleged COVID-19 testing falsification
If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call 833-4ASKODH (833-427-5634) or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.
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