מעבדה לבדיקות קורונה
A laboratory technician testing for coronavirus
Photo: Shaul Golan
A laboratory technician testing for coronavirus

Israel's coronavirus death toll up to 192, with 14,803 confirmed cases

Latest victim was 76-year-old woman with underlying conditions who passed away in Jerusalem; 139 patients in serious condition, including 109 on ventilators; 102 people in moderate condition and 8,759 patients have mild symptoms;

Ynet |
Updated: 04.23.20 , 23:19
Israel has now lost 192 people to coronavirus and 139 others remain in serious condition, with 109 people on ventilators, the Health Ministry said Thursday night.
  • Follow Ynetnews on Facebook and Twitter
  • The latest victim was a 76-year-old woman who passed away at the Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba. She had been suffering from underlying health problems, the hospital said.
    2 צפייה בגלריה
    מעבדה לבדיקות קורונה
    מעבדה לבדיקות קורונה
    A laboratory technician testing for coronavirus
    (Photo: Shaul Golan)
    There are currently 14,803 people in Israel with COVID-19 and 5,611 people have recovered from the illness.
    A total of 102 people are in moderate condition and 8,759 patients have mild symptoms, the ministry said.
    Hospitals are treating 433 people and 6,064 are recovering at home. Another 2,565 people are being treated at specially designated hotels throughout the country.
    Of the latest number, 139 patients are in serious condition, including 109 in need of ventilator support. At least 102 patients are in moderate condition and 8,629 have mild symptoms.
    2 צפייה בגלריה
    מדידת חום בכניסה לאיכילוב
    מדידת חום בכניסה לאיכילוב
    A temperature check at the entrance to Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv
    (Photo: Moti Kimchi)
    The number of Israelis who have recovered from the virus now stands at 5,611. The number of recoveries has now exceeded the number of new diagnoses for the eighth day in a row.
    There are currently 433 coronavirus patients receiving treatment in hospitals while 6,064 people are fighting the virus at home.
    Another 2,565 people are currently receiving treatment in specially designated hotels.


    First published: 23:13 , 04.23.20
    Talkbacks for this article 0