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Coronavirus: Regulations eased up in Israel, certain stores allowed to open

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Saturday night a partial release of the restrictive measures imposed by the government to contrast the coronavirus outbreak. Among other, Netanyahu announced that certain type of stores facing the street will be able to open, sports activities up t…

Israelis again confined to neighborhoods under reinstated-19 regulations

Israel has reinstated a coronavirus regulation that bans residents from leaving their towns or neighborhoods. The lockdown will last from 5 p.m. Tuesday until Thursday morning, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Monday evening in a nationally televised address. Read more.

In some European Jewish communities, getting coronavirus carries a stigma

The coronavirus has spread rapidly among members of the Jewish community of Antwerp, which has a large Orthodox population. At least five have died and another 10 are hospitalized in serious condition. Read more.

Faith leaders adapt to COVID-19 pandemic

The Jewish Federation of San Antonio is featured in an article about faith leaders' response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.

From Our Leadership: Passover and Doing Jewish Together

On the eve of Passover, hear from Mark Wilf, Chair of JFNA's Board of Trustees, about the work the Federation community has been doing to Jews during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.