Medical Faculties Asked to Enroll Reservists Who Interrupted Studies Abroad by the Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health in Israel has requested that medical faculties at Israeli universities enroll foreign medical students who were forced to interrupt their studies abroad due to the start of their academic year in Israel being delayed until December. It is estimated that approximately 200 foreign university students may lose a year of study because of this delay. However, the ministry has assured that it will provide assistance to universities and coordinate with hospitals to ensure that these students receive practical training.

The second part of the content appears to be unrelated and seems to be a collection of various forum posts on topics ranging from skill enhancement programs for CS2, virtual reality experiences, and discussions related to gaming forums. It is not clear how this information relates to the request made by the Ministry of Health.

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