Published: 2021-04-12 16:37
Last Updated: 2021-05-07 17:05
Palestine recorded 26 deaths and 2,762 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, announced the Palestinian Minister of Health Mai al-Kaila Monday.
The new deaths involved three in Occupied Jerusalem, six in the West Bank, and 17 in the Gaza Strip.
The recovery rate in Palestine stands at 87.8 percent, while the active case rate is 11.2 percent and the death rate is one percent.
The new coronavirus cases included 49 in Tubas; 218 in Nablus; 88 in Tulkarm; 168 in Jenin; 212 in Hebron; 25 in Qalqilya; 17 in the suburbs of Occupied Jerusalem; 12 in Jericho and Al-Aghwar; 132 in Ramallah; 12 in Salfit; 27 in Bethlehem; 38 in Occupied Jerusalem city, and 1,764 in the Gaza Strip.
The recovery cases included 26 in Tubas; 257 in Nablus; 116 in Tulkarm; 120 in Jenin; 75 in Hebron; 88 in Qalqilya; three in the suburbs of Occupied Jerusalem; 19 in Jericho and Al-Aghwar; 149 in Ramallah; 28 in Salfit; 37 in Bethlehem; 117 in Occupied Jerusalem, and 820 in the Gaza Strip.
Currently, 186 people are in ICUs and 54 are on ventilators.
There are a total of 547 coronavirus patients receiving treatments in West Bank hospitals.
A total of 9,706 PCR tests were conducted.
Since the beginning of Palestine's vaccination campaign, a total of 146,986 individuals have been administered COVID-19 vaccines in the West Bank (113,958) and the Gaza Strip (33,028), including 14,674 who have taken both jabs.