March 30, 2020

Aaron Bandler

“As the world fights COVID-19, we must also fight terror,” the IDF tweeted.
It became necessary due to crowds last weekend.
It was a reference to Simon of Trento in 1475.
An employee at the dealership told the Jewish man he was 'spreading the virus.'
An 88-year-old Holocaust survivor was Israel's first coronavirus death on March 20.
He saved 56 lives during the Holocaust.
They were going to discuss a freeze on rent increases, among other things.
It’s now just a matter of slowing the spread of the disease so hospital resources aren’t overwhelmed and buying time to develop treatments.
The confrontations featured rocks thrown at Israeli police.
They are looking to use spray bottles and putting saliva on door handles.
Those who are at most risk are eligible for testing.
'We are committed to helping to supply as many tablets as possible as demand for this treatment accelerates at no cost.'
The man was 88 years old with underlying conditions.
They are diverting $10,000 from their Disaster Relief Fund.
He was reportedly a 34-year-old man who suffered from asthma and bronchitis as a child.
'I’m sorry I’ve offended my Jewish family and friends and Israel with my negative careless words.'
'The health, well-being and overall satisfaction of our customers remains the number one priority.'
However, Netanyahu said he prefers the social distancing guidelines.
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