777 patients were hospitalized, 358 of them are in serious condition

On Thursday evening, August 6, the Israeli Ministry of Health presented new data on the coronavirus epidemic. According to published official data, a total of 79,275 infected have been identified in the country since the beginning of the pandemic. At the moment, 25,285 people are infected. 53,412 have recovered from the coronavirus. 576 patients died.

777 cases are in hospitals, the rest are ill at home or in specially equipped rooms of hotels. The condition of 358 patients is assessed by doctors as serious, 100 of them are connected to ventilators. The condition of 142 patients is moderate, the rest of the disease is mild.

Israel’s test-to-population ratio is one of the highest in the world. Over the past day, 25,792 tests have been carried out.

Most of the infected with coronavirus are currently in the following cities: Jerusalem (3697), Tel Aviv-Jaffa (1206), Bnei Brak (1981).

TOP-20 Israeli settlements in terms of “coronavirus density”: the leaders are Kalansua, Modiin Illit and Elad

More than 77% of those infected are under the age of 50.

The age of the deceased: 19-100 years. Most of the deaths from COVID-19 are among the residents of Jerusalem and Bnei Brak.

The mortality rate of COVID-19 in Israel is one of the lowest in the world – 0.7%. In the list of countries with high mortality rates from COVID-19, Israel is in 49th place. See details

With constantly updated information can be found on the website of the Ministry of Health (Hebrew).

The Ministry of Health again published two reports on the coronavirus this morning. The first one appeared on the official website of the ministry at about 7:30 am with the time indicated at 6:52. The second morning report of the Ministry of Health, prepared by 10:26 am, was released on the official website at 11:11 am (our editorial staff was guided by it). Note that since July 29, on the coronavirus reports page on the official website of the Israeli Ministry of Health, a window with “terms of use” opens, which, in particular, says that “the state of Israel and / or the Ministry of Health are not responsible for errors in information.” …


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