On Thursday, the second night of Yom Tov, we begin counting Sfira during Maariv. As there will not be minyanim, perhaps print this reminder out and keep it so as not to miss the first night.
If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
With New Yorkers already suffering severe cabin fever, the next four months are “expected to see near-record levels” of tree, grass and then weed pollen, Accuweather’s Jack Boston told The Post.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday urged the Orthodox Jewish community to refrain from holding large religious gatherings, saying that the New York Police Department will “do what they need to do” to enforce his social distancing regulations.
WhatsApp has placed new restrictions on forwarded messages on its platform in an effort to clamp down on misinformation about the coronavirus spreading across social media.
The Israeli embassy in Argentina is trying to find enough passengers for a flight that with 60 passengers would bring Israelis currently stranded in the country back home on Saturday.
An Arab-Israeli citizen was arrested on suspicion of ties to Iranian intelligence agencies, it was cleared for publication Tuesday.
Yaakov Yosef Braun, a Monsey resident and Hatzoloh volunteer, was greeted by an entourage of Hatzoloh members on his return home after being discharged from the hospital.
The Israeli government is preparing to impose new restrictions on Israeli residents in preparation for the Seder night due to concerns that the traditional family gathering could lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Reports from across the world are emerging that suggest that the tests people are placing so much stock in are not nearly as reliable as we would like to believe.
With great sadness we report the passing of Harav Moshe Green OBM, the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva d’Monsey.
Tesla is all the rage. The future of cars, innovation, and now ventilators. Owner Ilan Musk had ordered that the Tesla factories begin making ventilators to fill the dire need across the United States. Watch the engineers as they showcase their prototypes for the new Tesla ventilators.
With great sadness we report the passing of R’ Shalom Gurewicz OBM, a Lubavitcher from Australia who recently moved to Pomona, NY. He passed away over shabbos, the 10th of Nissan, 5780.
A Monsey Hatzoloh Ambulance had its front end rearranged after striking a utility pole while responding to a call Erev Shabbos. According to sources there were no injuries, and no patients on the ambulance at the time.
Russian officials stopped all incoming and outbound international flights starting at midnight on Friday to slow the spread of the coronavirus, widening the international flight restrictions implemented on March 27.
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Two people were killed and four injured Saturday in a stabbing attack in southeastern town of Romans-sur-Isère, about 20km north of Valence. According to the mayor of the French town, a man armed with a knife attacked people shopping in town, killing two of them and wounding an additional five.
With the coronavirus lockdown keeping many New York drivers off the road, they might not have noticed how cheap gas is. The average price at downstate pumps was just $2.175 a gallon this week, state data show.
In a touching remake, Abie Rotenberg and Baruch Levine sing a song based on the original Abie Rotenberg classic “The Place Where I Belong”. In the original song, the Torah was not in Shul, today we find ourselves the one out of shul, and longing for “The Place Where We Belong”.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized the first test for coronavirus that measures antibodies in the blood. Such tests could identify people who have recovered from COVID-19, a key for knowing who’s immune and for developing a vaccine.
In a beautiful gesture, Rockland Hatzoloh put together and distributed gourmet foods, snacks and drinks for the dedicated and hardworking staff of area Hospitals.
With great sadness we report the passing of Eliezer (Lazer) Halbrecht OBM, a Vitznitz Chasid from Monsey who passed away on Thursday, the 8th of Nissan, 5780.
Do you have enough computers for each of your children to connect to their school? To fill the need, governor Andrew Cuomo has pushed an initiative to give 300,000 internet connected devices to those who need to get their school children online.