Digging deep: Diaspora Jews are still flying loved ones to Israel for burial – With flights curtailed, more paperwork and special coffins for virus victims, it’s no longer easy to transport relatives to be laid to rest in Holy Land. But it is still possible | Timesofisrael
On March 25, London resident Leon Simons, 88, started feeling unwell. He was unable to get up from his chair, so he and his wife Deborah were taken to the hospital. Neither was showing any symptoms of the coronavirus, but as a matter of standard practice they were tested for the disease and found to have contracted it.