Israeli MDs Give Free Counseling to Coronavirus Patients Worldwide

The Fellowship  |  March 3, 2020

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We are so proud of the 100 volunteer Israeli physicians who are participating in interactive video broadcasts to help isolated coronavirus patients all over the world.

The broadcasts allow patients to ask questions and learn more about proper health and hygiene when dealing with the illness, reports Israel21c:

This remarkable setup, which took place over a week ago, was the first in a series of interactive video broadcasts spearheaded by Israeli organization Innonation, which links talents, companies and organizations across borders through its hubs in Israel and China.

One hundred Israeli physicians have volunteered to speak remotely with quarantined COVID-19 patients on topics of concern — such as family and children; dermatology (including sensitivity to protective masks); diet; psychology (as well as dealing with anxieties); pregnancy; and signs of serious illness that require immediate attention…

The online project will target people in China, Japan, South Korea, Italy, the United States, Israel and any other countries where there are quarantines and fears about going out in public.

As the coronavirus outbreak continues its spread across the globe, pray that God will provide healing and protection over the United States, Israel, and the whole world. “Spread your protection over them, that those who love your name may rejoice in you” (Psalm 5:11).

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