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Schools, malls, theaters, restaurants and more are closed indefinitely in order to deal with the pandemic.

Amid strict new regulations set by the government in order to fight the coronavirus, Israel is preparing for serious challenges to its economy.

Schools, malls, theaters, restaurants and more are closed indefinitely in order to deal with the pandemic. Grocery stores, medical facilities and pharmacies remain open.

The partial nation-wide shutdown could cost $3-billion in just six weeks.