Video PlayerClose by Keren Setton JERUSALEM, July 13 (Xinhua) — Moshe Tauber is one of many Israeli volunteers who help COVID-19 patients after getting recovery from the virus. Moshe has recovered from COVID-19 recently. After being moderately ill for a few weeks, he has been busy ever since he recuperated. He has already donated his plasma cells to other virus patients three times and now he has a new calling. Since last week, the 22-year-old has been volunteering at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem as part of a new initiative aimed to alleviate the plight of those hospitalized in the COVID-19-dedicated ward of the hospital. The idea came from the director general of Hadassah, Zeev Rotstein. Rely Alon, deputy director general for nursing at the center, is in charge of implementing the program. Most of the volunteers come through the non-profit Yad Avraham organization in the Jewish ultraorthodox Jerusalem neighborhood of Mea Shearim. Like Moshe, other volunteers need to have recovered from the virus and their test results need to show a very high rate of COVID-19 antibodies. Still, when they do their job, they are fully protected with the same gear as the medical staff. In addition, they… Read full this story
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