39-Year-Old Haifa Resident Dies Of COVID-19

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A 39-year-old man from Haifa passed away on Tuesday due to the coronavirus, Yediot Aharonot reported.

The man’s lungs had collapsed after falling ill with the coronavirus and he was attached to an ECMO machine.

He survived for another eight days and then unfortunately succumbed to the virus.

The man’s father is also hospitalized due to the coronavirus in Bnei Tzion hospital in Haifa and several other family members are also positive for the virus.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)




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  1. More evidence that YWN is working for the NWO or some other kind of deep state Mosad misinformation group. Or that the ‘reporters’ just aren’t very well informed or smart. Or they just like shocking headlines to attract traffic. Why is the headline stressing that the man was 39 years old? It’s to get you terrified of COVID that it can get anyone. Yet, the data shows that only 20 people in the 30-50 age group have passed away from or with COVID in Israel, a country of 9 million people.

  2. Dear Mr. PleaseStayCalm, you state “the data shows that only 20 people in the 30-50 age group have passed away from or with COVID in Israel, a country of 9 million people.”
    So please clarify, do those people in the above age gap pass away from this virus or not? should we be fearful or not? shall we stay calm or not?
    Yes, I do agree that out of 6,000,000, 20 is a minute of a minute number, but isn’t one life NIFTAR 1 too much? do you suggest we do not adhere to expert(?) advice?

  3. Bs”d

    Most likely those people had very serious underlying medical conditions that caused their deaths.

    We should not be fearful and stay calm.

    Israel suffers many hundreds fatal traffic accidents every year. Shall we close down the whole country because of that?

    In Israel every year 5000 people die because of smoking cigarettes. Should we start panicking because of this horrible pandemic?

    Or shall we just go on with our lives and not pay too much attention to covid which is no worse than the seasonal flue?

  4. chymee, when you discuss public health policy you have to use facts. You can’t get hysterical about individual cases. People die in house fires. Should we stop living in houses? People get hit by lightening. Should we run for cover on cloudy days? People drown every year at the beach. No more swimming? Every year 900 people die in Israel from the flu. Where were the masks and lockdowns last year? Every year 8000 die for cigarette induced cancer. Anybody outlawing smoking? And then let’s talk about car accidents. You still get in that car, I’m sure. Sure listen to the experts. You think they all agree? Plenty of experts say this is hysteria. For example, Laniado Hospital Emergency Medicine Department Director Dr. Amir Shachar, former director general of the Health Ministry Loram Lass, and Stanford University professors Scott Atlas and John Ionnides. Plenty more too. Look them up. The only real risk here is to the elderly and seriously ill. The rest of society – the ones who go outside anyway – should not be locked down.