Reuters1h ago / 9:12 PM UTCIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Health Ministry on March 1.Amir Cohen / Reuters fileAll Israelis should wear face masks while in public as a precaution against the coronavirus, and upcoming Jewish, Muslim and Christian holidays should be marked only with immediate family, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday.In televised remarks, Netanyahu also announced curbs on movement around an ultra-Orthodox Jewish town that has experienced a disproportionately large outbreak.”We ask you, citizens of Israel, all of you, to wear masks in the public sphere,” Netanyahu said.Netanyahu said the government would give Israeli families 500 shekels per child, up to a maximum of four children. The elderly would also receive 500 shekels, Netanyahu said, terming all the payments a “Passover gift.”Those stipends would cost the state a total of 1.5 billion shekels, public broadcaster Kan estimated.Netanyahu also said Israel’s majority Jews must mark Passover “with the nuclear family only,” adding that including elderly relatives in celebrations “would be to endanger them”.Dartunorro Clark2h ago / 8:44 PM UTCWarren calls on UberEats, Instacart and others to reclassify workers as employeesSen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on Wednesday called on the CEOs of major online food delivery services to


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