Fri. Sep 17th, 2021

Israel has suffered a surge in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks and the city of Bnei Brak is a hotspot. It’s one of the most densely populated and poorest cities in Israel – and home to a large ultraorthodox population. The municipality has set up a task force to contain the coronavirus pandemic, and DW’s Tania Krämer went to see how it’s doing.


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5 thoughts on “Israel’s Bnei Brak a coronavirus hotspot for ultraorthodox Jews | DW News”
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  2. Adapted from an article by Amit Naor, National Library of Israel

    “Avoid crowded gatherings in closed places; avoid contact with others as much as possible; don’t even shake one’s hand when saying hello.”

    You may think this is current advice on the coronavirus. Still, it’s actually the ninth directive in a list of guidelines published by the Hebrew newspaper Do’ ar Hayom in February 1920.

  3. Bnie Barak is The most crowded city in the world, every family has 11 children sometimes new houses created from old houses in basement and parchment with allot of people actually living there in total of course if one sick it will make everyone inside the house sick with Israel 90% of coronavirus got affected from the house.

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