Here is a recap of the top Israel news stories on April 6, 2020
Earlier rumors said the government would close eight Israeli cities and 15 Jerusalem neighborhoods.
'It's shown very, very encouraging early results,' said President Trump.
The 5G technology, originally introduced by China, is in use by nearly 40 countries worldwide.
Police scramble to break up egg-crazed crowd after shoppers in Rishon Letzion get word of shipment arriving at local stores during shortage.
Palestinian official Adnan Jit arrested again for activity that violates accords. Saeb Erekat claims PA 'governor' of Jerusalem was only working to fight coronavirus.
The Interior Ministry orders Ramat Gan’s mayor to remove fences he put up, while he says he made the decision on his own after consulting the police.
Younes was close to the recently assassinated Iranian Revolutionary Guards chief Qassem Soleimani.
The Israeli defense and medical industries have joined hands to produce ventilators at a fast clip, Yediot Ahronot reports on Monday.
Grim realities are testing Trump’s leadership and political survival skills unlike any challenge he has faced in office.
The prime minister has been working and not resting since his diagnosis on March 26.
Nurse from Netanya returns to Laniado Hospital after recovering from coronavirus. 'I came back to be with my team during this war,' she says.
On Sunday, the New York Police Department broke up the Brooklyn funeral for Rabbi Yosef Kalish, 63, as mourners ignored guidelines on social distancing. Kalish himself died of COVID-19 on Sunday morning.
All development data on the AmboVent was put online for free so people around the world can help refine the prototypes to ready them for clinical trials.
No flattening of the curve yet as coronavirus numbers continue to rise, nationwide curfew expected for Passover holiday.
Palm Sunday celebrations start the Holy Week leading up to Easter. Worshippers in Jerusalem traditionally carry palm fronds and olive branches, and march from the top of the Mount of Olives into the Old City.
The 4-year-old Malayan tiger named Nadia and six other tigers and lions fell ill.
Family alerts police who stop traffic on highway and arrest man who tested positive for coronavirus but took bus to Jerusalem, forcing 34 passengers and the driver into quarantine.
The masks will initially be supplied within the prison service. Eventually, the IPS hopes to produce enough masks to provide them to security forces and first responders.
Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, U.S. surgeon general, told Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday' that America was facing a 'Pearl Harbor moment,' in its fight against the coronavirus.