The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is spreading around the world, including in Israel. Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties, but the virus can be fatal. To help maintain the virus, Israel has implemented a number of restrictions on the public.

Pfizer's COVID vaccine factory: Witnessing a modern miracle

Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine was the first shot approved by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use, and Israel was the first country to mass vaccinate its population.

Three years after pandemic, key questions grow

US-China tensions in the background as Congress and media push for answers

Key questions grow three years after pandemic declared - analysis

US-China tensions are in the background as Congress pushes for answers and media increasingly want answers on the origins of the pandemic.

Too much Israeli COVID aid to hotels, not enough to tour guides - comptroller

The comptroller report criticizes Israel for giving NIS 60m. of emergency funds to hotels making a profit and only NIS 300 a month to tour guides during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Israel wasted millions on development of COVID vaccine - comptroller

Netanyahu wasted a huge amount of money on developing an Israeli COVID vaccine at a lab unsuited for the job – and it failed anyway.


COVID, flu or RSV? How to tell the three common diseases apart

Lots of people suffer from breathing difficulties, coughs, sore throat and fevers – and these could be symptoms of all three of these viruses. So how do you know when to do a COVID test?

By Dr. Liora Berzag Peru/Walla!

Can the rats of New York City carry COVID? Study says yes

The study raises concerns over a potential second zoonotic outbreak of the virus from rats to humans and stresses the need to monitor COVID in rats.


Could vaccines be a cure for antibiotic-resistant bacteria?

Israeli scientists announce 100% effectiveness of mRNA vaccine against Black Plague-causing bacteria in preclinical trial performed on mice.

Israeli-Canadian firm sprays COVID, the flu away - opinion

You can buy enovid in Israel, Europe and parts of Southeast Asia, but not yet in North America, where NO is approved only as a prescription drug to help with blue baby syndrome,


Letters to the Editor March 6, 2023: Taiwan-Israel

Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.

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