A doctor who is employed by the same company that pays medical salaries for the nation’s 1.3 million doctors was recently awarded a $2.4 million salary for his role in helping the countrys medical system deal with the spread of the coronavirus.

Dr. Zvi Zohar was the first to be paid the salary, but it was a one-time bonus for the year ending April 30, 2017.

Zohar, who earned his doctorate in public health at Johns Hopkins University, was hired in September 2017 and began his role as a primary care physician in October.

Since then, the salary has been based on his overall performance.

Zahav, who was promoted from a specialist to a primary and specialty physician in November, has been paid the same salary, and his total salary for the first three years has been $1.5 million.

The salary for this year is set at $2 million, meaning that if the company’s total compensation for the previous year is adjusted for inflation, Zohars salary would increase to $2 billion.

According to a source with knowledge of the matter, the company is working with the government to adjust the salary for inflation.

Zorah said that if he received a new salary, he would be happy, but he did not want to talk about it.

“The only thing I want to tell you is that we are working very hard,” he said.

“We are not afraid of the future and we are not worried about this problem,” Zorah added.

“This is a very big deal.

The country is going through a major crisis.”

Health Minister Avi Fakher said that in the face of the crisis, it was important for doctors to get paid more.

“A doctor is a professional and he or she is responsible for every day of his or her life,” Fakhers statement said.

“It is also important to pay him or her for their contributions in the fight against the spread.

We have seen how well the healthcare system has been able to respond to the pandemic and how successful it has been.

The increase in salaries is a result of the government’s support of the doctors and their contribution to the fight.”

Zorah was not immediately available for comment.