Hundreds of people gathered tonight (Monday), following the Yom Kippur fast, in Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv and sang “Hatikva”, the national anthem of the State of Israel. Many of the people who came to the square even recited the Shema Yisrael prayer, which was organized by the people of Rosh Yehudi.
During Yom Kippur, 2,360 cases were treated by Magen David Adom and the hospitals, with 1,818 of them being evacuated for further treatment in the hospitals. 305 people fainted due to the heavy load, an increase of about 15% compared to last year. 129 people were injured and needed first aid due to various riding accidents, a figure that is half as low as last year, due to the closure and the high corona morbidity. In addition, a 54-year-old pedestrian was killed by a car in the village of Hilaf in the north of the country.
Police distributed 3,922 reports for various violations of regulations to combat the corona virus during the holiday. 2,789 reports were distributed to people who left their homes for a prohibited purpose, 968 reports were distributed for civilians who did not wear a mask on their faces, 44 reports were recorded for isolation violators and An additional 60 reports were distributed to people who were in a place open to the public or in a business whose activities were banned or who were staying at the beach.
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