Articles by November, 2020

Half a million kids up to 4th grade return to School - It's an alarming chance
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

After a little over a month and a half at home, about half a million first- and fourth-year students will return to schools this morning (Sunday) - and will join the half-million kindergarten children who have been in the frameworks for the past two weeks. The young students will arrive this morning in classes in groups of 20, and will be required to wear masks throughout the school day and throughout breaks. Returning to schools after a week of uncertainty and publishing changing outlines is accompanied by mixed feelings on the part of parents and teachers: on the one hand the desire to...

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Nov 1, 2020

Unemployment rate jumped to 22.7%  in the second half of October - about 940,000 Israelis
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The continued closure and cessation of business activity, along with the holiday period, led to a further increase in the broad unemployment rate in the first half of October. The broad unemployment rate reached 22.7% - that is, about 940,000 unemployed - compared to about 770,000 unemployed in the second half of September. The increase in the broad unemployment rate in the first half of October compared to the second half of September was mainly due to the increase in unpaid leave - about 627,000 workers were registered in the first two weeks of October as having to go on unpaid leave,...

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Nov 2, 2020

 Corona Cabinet approved the increase in fines for violating Corona regulations
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The Corona Cabinet approved the increase in fines for violating Corona regulations, in a decision passed almost unanimously - with the exception of Interior Minister Aryeh Deri who objected. The increase in fines is still subject to Knesset approval. In addition, Corona projector Prof. Roni Gamzo warned in the discussion of an alarming drop in the number of tests: "This is an ongoing war. The tests are free, still in a state of unwillingness to go and be tested. in her". According to the proposal approved by the cabinet, the fine for opening an educational institution, holding a wedding,...

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Nov 2, 2020

Biden is very close to 270 electors who will give him the presidency - Trump will fight in court
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Politics

Biden is very close to 270 electors who will give him - at least by law - the presidency of the United States, but the two camps are gaining momentum in public opinion in the shadow of the assessment that the battle for the winner's identity could drag on tTrumpo the courts and last for weeks. It's a speech to the American nation from his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, while President Donald Trump's campaigners are holding a press conference in Philadelphia, where they have come to fight the vote count in the state of Pennsylvania, which could decide the election

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Nov 4, 2020

The average wage in  August increased significantly and  reached NIS 11,578
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The average wage in the economy in August increased significantly relative to the corresponding period last year and the main reason for this is layoffs and expenses for low-wage workers. In August, the average wage reached NIS 11,578, an increase of 7.3% compared to August 2019. CBS) published today (Wednesday). Such a high increase in the average salary in the economy is expected to result in an increase of thousands of shekels in the salaries of ministers, Knesset members and senior officials in the economy, if there is no legislation on the temporary order proposed by Finance Minister...

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Nov 4, 2020

Corona Cabinet approved: Street stores  will open starting Sunday under a limit of four shoppers
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Government

The Corona Cabinet approved on Wednesday evening the opening of street shops starting Sunday in all authorities in the country, under a limit of four shoppers in the store. This, with the exception of the red cities where it was decided to impose a closure. Ministers Yuli Edelstein, Meirav Cohen and Amir Peretz voted against the decision. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu first spoke out against the opening of stores at the hearing. "We are falling into the trap of a real and honest lack of evidence of the situation. We are not in a situation where if we release the closure we will not...

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Nov 4, 2020

Teva CEO Schultz: "The lawsuits against us are more complicated for us than we thought
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Financial

Teva met profit forecasts for the third quarter of the year, but reported a high write-off following lawsuits. Teva shares declined in pre-trading in New York and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, after earlier trading in gains. The Israeli pharma company managed by Kor Schultz concluded the third quarter of 2020 with revenues of $ 4 billion, a decrease of 3% compared to the corresponding quarter last year. Earnings were 58 cents a share. Teva's revenues are lower than analysts' forecasts, which expected the company to have revenues of $ 4.07 billion, but the profit is in line with...

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Nov 5, 2020

 754 people were found positive yesterday for corona out of about 3,700 tests - infection rate 2%
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Health

The Ministry of Health updated that 754 people were found positive yesterday for the corona virus. The number of tests performed is almost 37 thousand. The number of critically ill patients is 353, including 154 respirators. The number of deaths in Israel from the outbreak of the plague remains unchanged - 2,597. Data from the Ministry of Health show that the coefficient of infection is creeping upwards and reached ninety-two percent, compared to eighty-eight hundred yesterday. The infection rate in the Arab sector reached fifteen hundredths. At the same time, an agreement was reached in...

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Nov 5, 2020

The Tax Authority demanded from 450 business owners to return the Corona grants
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The Tax Authority is in a hurry to ask Israeli business owners to return the aid money they received during the Corona crisis and is unwilling to wait for the annual reports in which it will be possible to offset the grants and demand the return of the funds. "To date, 220,000 applications have been submitted for fixed-expense reimbursement grants, for which we check whether the grants due to the business owner have been paid or whether more grants have been paid. Of these, 205,000 applications were processed. Another 14,000 applications are being processed, and we have sent letters to 450...

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Nov 5, 2020

The deficit continues to worsen: stood at 10.1% in October and amounts to NIS 137.1 billion
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The deficit in the economy continues to worsen against the background of the corona crisis, and stood at 10.1% in October - compared with 9.1% in September. The cumulative deficit in the last 12 months (January-October) stands at NIS 137.1 billion, compared with a deficit of NIS 37.8 billion in the corresponding period last year. According to the Accountant General, a deficit of NIS 20.3 billion was measured in October, compared with NIS 6.7 billion in October last year

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Nov 5, 2020

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