Published: 2020-12-23 14:40
Last Updated: 2023-03-13 14:04
Palestine recorded 31 deaths and 2,110 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, announced the Palestinian Minister of Health Mai al-Kaila Wednesday.
The new deaths involved 16 in the West Bank (one in Nablus; one in Qalqilya; one in Bethlehem; three in Jenin; one in Tulkarem, and nine in Hebron), 12 in Gaza Strip, and three in Jerusalem city.
The recovery rate in Palestine stands at 81.9 percent, while the active case rate is 17.2 percent and the death rate is 0.9 percent.
The new coronavirus cases include 163 in Nablus; 31 in Qalqilya; 88 in the suburbs of Jerusalem; 33 in Salfit; 20 in Tubas; 85 in Bethlehem; 139 in Jenin; 81 in Tulkarem; 18 in Jericho and Al-Aghwar; 156 in Hebron; 189 in Ramallah and Al-Bireh; 867 in Gaza Strip, and 240 in Jerusalem city.
The recovery cases included 105 in Nablus; 49 in Qalqilya; 37 in Tubas; 37 in Salfit; 128 in Jenin; 114 in Tulkarem; 17 in Jericho and Al-Aghwar; 240 in Hebron; 280 in Ramallah and Al-Bireh; 580 in Gaza Strip, and 236 in Jerusalem city.
Currently, 119 people are in the Intensive Care Unit and 29 are on ventilators.
Wednesday, 6,367 PCR tests were conducted.