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The Effect of the Coronavirus Crisis on Employment in Jerusalem
Population of Jerusalem
The growth rate of the Arab population is higher than that of the Jewish population. However, the growth rate of Jews is on the rise, while the growth rate of the Arab population is on the decline. ...
Google Measures the Lockdown
Google’s COVID-19 Community Mobility  Report shows the lockdown and the exit, based on cellphone geolocation. We looked at workplace trends in Israel and a few countries in Europe. ...
The Effect of the Coronavirus Crisis on Employment in Jerusalem
15% of the total number of workers on unpaid leave reside in Jerusalem. However, in East Jerusalem, workers employed in the territories administered by the Palestinian Authority are now unable to work...
Workers during Coronavirus Times
approximately 26% Employees can work from home, and about 21% are currently doing so. In construction and commerce, the percentage is obviously lower, at 5.8% and 4.6%, respectively. In the high-tech ...
Clear Mountain Air During Plague Days
We looked at air quality data during these Coronavirus days. Air quality is much better, and interestingly, daily patterns of pollution remain the same ...
Jerusalem – Holiness in the shadow of the Coronavirus
The most distinctive feature of Jerusalem, which has shaped the city more than any other factor in its history, is its holiness to the major monotheistic religions. Among the city’s holy sites, ...
Coronavirus Domestic Isolation
The number of people in domestic isolation is declining in the last few days, as is the gap between rich and poor localities in terms of isolates per 1,000 residents. ...
Exposure to Coronavirus in Israel
The third Cholera epidemic that hit the world in the mid-19th century struck the city of London hard. A doctor named John Snow created a map of Cholera cases in the city, and through it managed to conclude that the disease was transmitted through contaminated water, and to identify the…