Project Spotlight: Hospital Equipment Aids Israelis During COVID-19 Spike

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This year, you provided 15 hospitals with emergency medical equipment — including over 60 ventilators — to treat coronavirus patients, when Israeli hospitals were overwhelmed with the pandemic. Today, this support is just as vital as a resurgence of the virus takes over the Holy Land and they are in a second lockdown.

You continue to bless Israel and her people, even amid your own challenges, and we are so grateful. Because of you, we’ve taken extraordinary measures to provide for hospitals and emergency teams. “The severe crisis affecting the entire world, including Israel, could have been much more severe if it were not for your immediate and selfless support,” said Moshe Kedar, Manager of External Relations at HaEmek Medical Center.

You provided immediate assistance for the purchase of test kits, ventilators, disinfectant equipment, and other lifesaving emergency supplies.

“We had sincerely hoped that the initial containment of the first wave of COVID-19 in Israel would endure,” explained Hadassah Medical Center’s CEO, Rael Goodman, “but regretfully we are in the midst of another wave, and are indeed bracing for the continued growing demands placed upon us, as the numbers in Jerusalem continue to peak.”

Your support helps God’s people in crisis and allows doctors in the Holy Land to treat the people of Israel through the pandemic. Thank you for your prayers and commitment to helping Israel and her people in need.

Learn how you can continue to support Israelis through this crisis today.

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