מחלקת הקורונה במרכז רפואי מאיר בכפר סבא
The coronavirus ward at Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba
Photo: Rami Zinger
The coronavirus ward at Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba

Israel's confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 11,103

Deaths from virus-related complications stand at 103; 183 in serious condition, 131 of which require respiratory assistance; harsh travel restrictions on ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in Jerusalem go into effect

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Published: 04.12.20 , 21:29
Israel's confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 11,103, the Health Ministry reported. Deaths from virus-related complications stand at 103.
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  • There are 737 people hospitalized with 183 considered in serious condition, of which 131 require respiratory assistance.
    מחלקת הקורונה במרכז רפואי מאיר בכפר סבאמחלקת הקורונה במרכז רפואי מאיר בכפר סבא
    The coronavirus ward at Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba
    (Photo: Rami Zinger)
    There are 7,241 people who are being treated at home and 1,029 are in dedicated hotels for coronavirus patients, while 408 people are waiting for a determination as to where they would be treated.
    There are at least 1,627 people who have recovered from COVID-19.
    Israelis are required to wear protective masks when leaving their homes under new Health Ministry directives.
    מחסום משטרתי בכניסה לשכונת הר נוףמחסום משטרתי בכניסה לשכונת הר נוף
    A police checkpoint in Jerusalem's Har Nof neighborhood
    (Photo: TPS)
    Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in four quarters of the city will be under travel restrictions preventing residents from leaving to other parts of the city on Sunday, after the infection rate in those areas have a greater rate of infection of COVID-19.

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