COVID-19 Daily Routine

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What is a COVID Certificate?

The Ministry of Health issues the coronavirus certificate serving as a medical confirmation and an international reference of your vaccination or recovery. This certificate replaces the vaccination and recovery certificates.

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Leaving Israel

Due to the recent coronavirus surge, new restrictions apply to travelers leaving Israel. Read here the latest restrictions and frequently asked questions.

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Entry to Israel

Due to the recent coronavirus surge, new restrictions apply to travelers arriving in Israel. Read here the latest restrictions and frequently asked questions.

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Now more than ever, we maintain a healthy COVID-19 daily routine

Physical and mental well-being is crucial to keep a healthy COVID-19 daily routine. It is important to have a healthy diet, do physical exercises and activities to relax

Time for a Healthy Diet

Nutrition has an effect on health that plays a major role during the coronavirus pandemic. Obesity, diabetes, and nutritional deficiencies compromise the body's immune ability and are linked with complications and death from coronavirus disease.

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Physical Activity

Physical activity improves our health, maintains and reinforces our muscles and bones, improves our mood, and helps relieve stress. Whether done at home during isolation or outdoors, it is important to make use of the benefits of physical exercise.

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Coping and a Healthy Routine

During these times of personal and national coping with coronavirus, it is very important to maintain physical and mental health. It is recommended that we look at this situation as an opportunity to take care of ourselves, relax and rest, eat healthily, smokeless, exercise more, and enrich ourselves with new knowledge.

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Minimizing Screen Times

The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in extended periods of staying at home, very few outings, and a severe lack of interpersonal communication. Under such circumstances, screens quickly become tools for alleviating boredom. Now, more than ever, it is important to learn how to handle them as part of a healthier routine.

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