Israeli soldiers from the Golani brigade in the northern Israeli city of Tzfat. (David Cohen/Flash90) David Cohen/Flash90
Israeli soldiers from the Golani brigade


From IDF reserve mobilization to quarantines and digital tracking, Israel is pulling out all the stops in its battle against the deadly coronavirus.

“We are at war with an invisible enemy,” intoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday evening.

“Our enemy is a virus, and a virus is invisible,” he added.

In typical Israeli fashion, the Jewish state is locked and loaded to do battle, in this case seeking to vanquish one of the world’s worst public health crises in recent memory.