The corona in Israel: 24 patients died at midnight


The Ministry of Health updates that 1,151 corona patients were verified during yesterday – Yom Kippur. 2,009 new patients were diagnosed from midnight last night until this hour. 778 of the patients are hospitalized in critical condition, of whom 203 are resuscitated. The death toll rose at 13 midnight to 1,523

The corona in Israel: 1,151 more corona patients were diagnosed yesterday, and 2,009 patients since midnight. This has increased the number of patients since the beginning of the outbreak of the virus in the country to 235,465, according to data from the Ministry of Health published tonight (Tuesday). According to the data, last night only 8,212 tests were performed on Corona patients, a number that is much lower than the number of tests conducted in recent days, with the reason being the reduction in the number of tests on Yom Kippur, which affects the daily number of patients.

The number of active patients currently stands at 66,373. The number of respirators continues to skyrocket and now stands at 203 patients in need of a ventilator out of 778 patients in critical condition hospitalized. The death toll is also rising and now stands at 1,523, an increase of 13 deaths since last night at midnight. 167,568 patients have so far recovered from the virus.

According to data from the IDF’s Information and Knowledge Center, there are currently 3,874 active patients in the city of Bnei Brak, compared to 2,502 new patients in the city alone last week. In the city of Jerusalem – 7,321, of whom 4,527 were diagnosed last week.

In Beitar Illit there are 1,050 active patients, 796 of them in the last seven days. The city of Beit Shemesh with 1,140 active patients, with 718 patients added over the past week. The city of Modi’in Illit with 1,684 active patients as of last night at midnight. In the past week, 1,137 new patients have been diagnosed across the city. In Ashdod, 2,975 active patients were diagnosed, 1,921 patients in the last seven days alone.

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