6 stories about Coronaviru
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After a coronavirus vaccine is approved, what happens next?

22.11.20|Sophie Shulman
On Dec. 10, the FDA is expected to announce whether it will approve Pfizer’s new vaccine, but 2 trillion people will not receive it until the end of 2021
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Climate change pushed to the forefront by Covid-19

08.09.20|Maayan Manela
"Covid-19 has directed corporations towards being more prepared for climate change, and that means coming up with the climate tech solutions that we need," Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Lab
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Putting Israel back on lockdown would spell an economic disaster, says JVP founder in letter to politicians

12.08.20|James Spiro
Erel Margalit highlights plight of small businesses, calls on government to instead focus on economic recovery
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After Google, Facebook, and Twitter, Intel to allow employees to work from home until June 2021

09.08.20|Hagar Ravet
90% of Intel’s 13,700 employees in Israel are currently working from home. The company will also offer reimbursements for office supplies and child care expenses
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Covid-19 cutbacks? These tech companies are hiring in Israel right now

08.07.20|Maayan Manela
With hundreds of thousands newly unemployed and companies big and small forced to cut back on staff, Calcalist has gathered a list of tech companies that are currently hiring
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As the pandemic continues to rage, patents should be protected without hampering innovation

08.06.20|Chavah Apfelbaum and Syvanne Aloni
Pioneers, who are navigating fragmented intellectual property laws across global markets, must be astute if they are to benefit from the significant commercial and geopolitical value of Covid-19-related ideas and products