Tia Goldenberg

Associated Press correspondent based in Jerusalem

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Israel is leading the world in per-capita cases of coronavirus. It has 5000 new cases today. In early June, it had less than 200 cases.

Israel to enter second lockdown due to soaring COVID-19 cases

Israel is leading the world in per-capita cases of coronavirus. It has 5000 new cases today. In early June, it had less than 200 cases.

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