“Israeli Nobel Prize winner Michael Levitt has predicted that no more than ten Israelis will succumb to COVID-19”

Nobel laureate: surprised if Israel has more than five coronavirus deaths
by Donna Rachel Edmunds
March 18, 2020

No more than 10 people will die in Israel as a result of the novel coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, Nobel Prize laureate Michael Levitt predicted on Wednesday as the government continued to impose additional restrictions on the general population. Levitt said that fears in Israel over the coronavirus were disproportionate to the threat, and that the number of cases in the country was uncertain due to reporting variances. “I will be surprised if the number of deaths in Israel surpasses 10,” he said, adding that the Jewish state was “not on the world map for the disease.” READ MORE

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