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Netanyahu threatens Israeli lockdown orders in coronavirus crisis

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday lockdown orders would be issued unless people stepped up compliance with guidelines urging them to stay at home to help halt the spread of the coronavirus.
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