Against the backdrop of the debate over reopening the economy and schools, three prominent experts in the fields of public health and finance from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have published a study concluding that Israel could have controlled the COVID-19 outbreak without the severe lockdown measures it imposed. Professors David Gershon and Alexander Lipton of the Business School at Hebrew University, and Prof. Hagai Levine, of the Hebrew University School of Public Health, analyzed real-life data on the global pandemic and developed a model with recommendations on addressing an outbreak without a lockdown. KAN's Naomi Segal heard more from Prof. Gershon about the study, "Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic Without Destroying the Economy."