Josef Federman

Associated Press news director for Israel and the Palestinian territories

Josef Federman on KCRW

Israel’s in-person schools, bars, live sporting events, and concert halls all got the green light from the government to reopen this week — but only for people who’ve been vaccinated,…

Israel has vaccinated nearly all adults against COVID and reopened most businesses

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