There’s a big cost to a lockdown, but the uncertainly about lockdowns only makes that cost higher.
Last week, I wanted a day of outside fun, so I went to the beach in Tel Aviv. A few years ago, when a family friend passed away, I paid a shiva call in Bnei Brak. The great thing about living in a country the size of New Jersey, is that it’s relatively easy to […]
Yesterday, Israel decided to scrap limits on the percentage of the workforce that could be in the office. Instead, each company will be in charge of appointing a person in charge of ensuring the employees maintain masks and two meters’ distance (where possible), and that 50 person meetings don’t occur unless absolutely necessary. This is […]