“‘[Netanyahu] has received fairly high marks from the public for his handling of the crisis because of the relatively low number of fatalities and the fact that the hospitals have not been overwhelmed,’ said Daniel Shapiro, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel. ‘It may be harder to sustain that support if there is a second wave, or if the economic recovery proves difficult. But for now, he has benefited from it…'”

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