Anonymous 4m 536 #covid19
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Life in Israel in the time of corona, like many places around the world, daily routines in Israel are undergoing massive changes. Despite the spread of COVID-19, not all is grim. Life in Israel is worst, not like other places around the world. My experience in Israel during this pandemic of the coronavirus was worst due to being a student, have to learn a lot about life this period. Many people are suffering during this period. The present where I worked offers me some work which brings me little funds for me to enjoy during this pandemic. I manage this for me to survive to live. This keeps me busy most time of the day for me to experience my feelings to people. Even though I don’t talk to people much, I do little during this period. I learn how to manage when things are much, and something is little. During this period, people complain about how they lived with themselves due to no income for them.
The first case in Israel was confirmed on 21 February, and A female citizen was tested positive for coronavirus at Sheba medical center. The government announces, 14 day home isolation for everyone who has visited Japan or South Korea, and a ban was placed on non-citizens and non-residents who were in Japan or South Korea for 14 days before their arrival. On 11 March, Israel enforced social distance and other rules to limit the spread of the virus. On 19 March, Prime Minister B. Netanyahu declared a national state of emergency, says existing restrictions would henceforth be legally enforceable, and violators would be fined. Israeli were not allowed to leave their homes unless necessary service. All businesses were closed except Food stores, Pharmacies, Gas stations, supermarkets, and Banks still open then. Restriction on movement was further tightened. From 25 March and 1 April, with all individuals instructed to cover their noses and mouths. On 12 April, Haredi neighborhoods in Jerusalem were placed under closure. Minister of Health (Yaakov Litzman) and his wife was tested positive for the coronavirus.
Litzman was the first member of the cabinet to be infected. Recent days have seen Israel undergoing a massive transformation. Israeli police officers block main roads at the entrance to a Tel Aviv suburb to curb the spread on the coronavirus on 14 April. The media announce every day about what they record on the coronavirus daily for people to know about what’s up on Covid-19 in the country. This keeps people aware of Covid-19 in the country to keep themselves safe from the Covid-19 pandemic. After the reopening schools, the Covid-19 outbreak sweeping through the classroom, including at least 130 cases at a single school. The government announced in the evening comes after more than 200 cases have been confirmed among students and staff at different schools. 244 cases, students and employees have tested positive for Covid-19. Over 6,000 students and teachers are in-home quarantine by government order. The minister of education, Yoav Gallant, argued that the overall number of virus cases in Israeli schools remain low and closing them all would not be justified.
We all pray may this Covid-19 pandemic stop and clear from this world. Thanks
STAY SAFE, STAY INSPIRED, AND STAY INDOOR. CORONA VIRUS IS REAL. THANKS.