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This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A biochemistry researcher who came to do his postdoc in Israel because he wanted to discover new cultures, and a father who became religious after years of partying and traveling the world

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Jiri Zahradnik, 32; lives in Rehovot, flying to Pilsen, Czech Republic

Hi Jiri, what have you been doing in Israel?

You pronounced it right!: “Yiri.” It’s a hard name in Hebrew, people are always calling me “Jerry.” I’m doing a postdoc in biochemistry at the Weizmann Institute. Now I’m heading home to the Czech Republic to visit my family, and then I’ll come back here to continue my work. The truth is that I’m working on a project that’s related to the coronavirus.

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