An international panel of experts has concluded that the warming climate is likely to result in a sharp increase in the spread of coronavirus and a worsening of Israel’s growing Jewish community.
In a report released on Thursday, the panel of researchers, from the University of Bristol, the Hebrew University and the World Health Organization, said that the global climate system, including the effects of greenhouse gas emissions, are already creating conditions conducive to the spread and spread of the coronaviruses.
According to the report, the spread will accelerate if the world warms by 1 degree Celsius (2.6 degrees Fahrenheit), and the spread to new territories and regions will increase, with an average annual rate of increase of 5 to 7 percent by 2100.
The increase in global warming could mean that there will be more coronavirochids in the atmosphere, which is why, the report said, the world must adopt effective measures to combat them, and the world should consider whether the effects on Jewish communities are sufficient to warrant a full-scale public health response.
The report did not identify the countries that the researchers studied or say how many cases there will eventually be.
The panel said that a large portion of the increased number of coronivirus cases among Jews will be due to their increased reliance on food and drinking water from aquifers.
It also noted that the increasing incidence of respiratory illness among Jews and the increase in their rates of respiratory infections will increase their risk of dying.
According, the findings of the report are consistent with the World Bank, the United Nations and the European Union (EU) finding that a 1 degree (Celsius) increase in temperature will lead to a 3.5 percent increase in coronaviral deaths.
But, they added, there is a “slim chance” that the actual increase in COVID-19 deaths will be less than 1 percent due to the fact that there is no consensus among researchers on the cause of the increase.
The group of researchers concluded that in order to ensure the safety of all Israelis, and also the overall health of Jews, the government should develop a strategy to protect them from the coronovirus.
The government should adopt measures to protect Jews from coronavirectamaviridiosis, including vaccines, preventive measures and public health interventions, the group said.
Ahead of the release of the draft report, Israel’s Minister of Health Shai Nitzan said that he expected to issue a public health statement in the coming days.
The UN agency for health said on Thursday that the WHO had asked for a briefing for the government on the report and urged it to prepare a response.
A statement from the United States Agency for International Development said that it had urged Israel to make sure that the results of the study are used as a guide for future public health and economic policy.