(April 27, 2020 / JNS) Israel’s coronavirus death toll reached 202 on Monday, while the number of confirmed cases hit 15,466, according to the Israeli Health Ministry.
Although the number of fatalities continues to rise, the recovery rate in Israel has now exceeded the number of new diagnoses for the 11th day in a row, according to a Ynet report.
There are 129 COVID-19 patients currently in serious condition, including 96 on ventilators, while 79 are in moderate condition and 8,260 are showing minor symptoms.
A total of 6,796 people have recovered from the virus, while 383 are receiving treatment in hospitals and 5,331 are under home quarantine, according to the report. There are another 1,775 receiving treatment in hotels.
Meanwhile, the country’s education system will reportedly start to open gradually on Sunday, with the first phase seeing kindergartens and day-care centers accepting smaller groups of children on alternate days, according to Arutz Sheva.
Children in first through third grade would be taught five days a week in smaller groups, noted the report.
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