COVID-19 curbs have curtailed celebrations of the Jewish costume festival of Purim, with Israeli police preventing parties and some rabbis urging people not to drink too much so social distancing is maintained.
Family members of COVID-19 patients protested outside District collector office by sitting on road demanding supply of Remdesivir injection for the patients. The shortage of Remdesivir injection has created panic among the family members of the COVID-19 patients. "My father is hospitalised for last 6 days, his medications haven't begun completely. He's in ICU. I've looked for Remdesivir in all cities," said a family member. "Hospitals are saying we are not responsible for patient's condition otherwise they have to go on ventilators. So, arrange the injection from outside. We are not getting the injection as the black marketing for the injection is going on. The helpline number provided by the administration for Remdesivir injection supply either does not connect or they end up providing some other helpline numbers, all are fake," said another family member.
Amid steep surge in COVID-19 cases, oxygen supply is proving to be a matter of concern in hospitals Nashik. The hospitals struggle to meet demand. Country's worst-hit state, Maharashtra reported over 58,000 fresh COVID-19 cases on April 14. The state has begun 15-day curfew from yesterday to curb the spread of the virus. "Only when the oxygen supply is increased we'll be able to admit more patients. We need 50 cylinders daily but we're getting only 30 cylinders," said Dr.Yogesh More, Uma Hospital.
Rabbi Herschel Gluck OBE holds a press conference in Stoke Newington following a ‘violent and brutal’ attack on a pregnant Jewish woman. The 20-year-old victim, who is around 28 weeks pregnant, was taken to hospital for treatment for minor injuries following the assault, the Metropolitan Police said. CCTV footage shared online but later deleted by Shomrim shows a man wearing a dark hooded jacket, dark trousers and white trainers and carrying a shopping trolley bag approaches the woman from behind. He can be seen putting a pillowcase over her head before repeatedly punching her, then running away. The Met said detectives are investigating the assault, which happened in Manor Road at around 6.30pm.
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The men’s basketball team at Yeshiva University, a private Jewish school in New York, now holds the longest winning streak in the country. CNN’s Jason Carroll reports on this Division III team and their 36-game streak.
Located at the foot of the Greater Caucasus, Krasnaya Sloboda in Azerbaijan is a Jewish settlement that has existed for centuries. We discover the life of the mountain Jews there with a museum dedicated to them.
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