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If Israel Tightens Coronavirus Lockdown Further, It Will Risk a Total Collapse

Some $39 billion of possible lost GDP translates into hundreds or thousands of people potentially committing suicide

Meirav Arlosoroff
Meirav Arlosoroff
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A sign reads "Don't panic" above the Carmel Market shops closed during Israel's coronavirus lockdown in Tel Aviv, March 25, 2020.
A sign reads "Don't panic" above the Carmel Market shops closed during Israel's coronavirus lockdown in Tel Aviv, March 25, 2020.Credit: Meged Gozani
Meirav Arlosoroff
Meirav Arlosoroff

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