חיטוי בית האבות וזניץ בבני ברק מנגיף הקורונה
Sanitaion worker disinfecting Bnei Brak nursing home some of whose tenants have been diagnosed with coronavirus
Photo: Ido Erez
Sanitaion worker disinfecting Bnei Brak nursing home where some tenants have been diagnosed with coronavirus

Israel's coronavirus death toll up to 123, with 12,046 confirmed cases

Latest Health Ministry report shows decline in number of serious cases since Monday evening; number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 now stands at 2,195

Adir Yanko |
Published: 04.14.20 , 22:48
Israel now has 12,046 confirmed cases of coronavirus that has already claimed the lives of 123 people across the country, the Health Ministry reported Tuesday evening.
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  • Among the latest figures are 175 patients in serious condition, a 4.4% decline in 24 hours, including 133 patients receiving mechanical respiratory assistance, a 0.75% rise in 24 hours.
    חיטוי בית האבות וזניץ בבני ברק מנגיף הקורונהחיטוי בית האבות וזניץ בבני ברק מנגיף הקורונה
    Sanitaion worker disinfecting Bnei Brak nursing home where some tenants have been diagnosed with coronavirus
    (Photo: Ido Erez)
    At least 177 patients are in moderate condition, while 9,385 only display light symptoms and 2,195 patients have made a full recovery from the virus.
    There are currently 757 coronavirus patients receiving treatment in hospitals while 7,417 people are fighting the virus at home. Another 1,229 people are currently receiving treatment in specially designated hotels and 325 are awaiting a decision on whether they will be treated.
    בית אבות יוקרה ביבנאלבית אבות יוקרה ביבנאל
    Health workers conducting coronavirus at a Yavne'el nursing home where some tenants have been diagnosed with coronavirus
    (Photo: Shamir Elbaz)
    Among the latest victims is a 71-year-old woman who has passed away at Baruch Padeh Medical Center in Tiberias, a 90-year-old man who died in the isolated ward at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, and a 78-year-old man who died at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem. All three suffered from underlying health conditions.
    In total, Israel has recorded four new COVID-19-related fatalities since Tuesday morning and seven deaths in 24 hours.
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