COVID-19 in Israel

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First Dose
Second Dose
of the population
Cases
Deaths
Positive
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What These Figures Mean

Vaccinated

Number of vaccinated refers to Israelis who had received at least one dose. Data does not include Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza.

New Cases Per Day

The graph shows the number of newly infected patients per day. The line showing the trend reflects the changing number of daily cases averaged over a week. Press a row in the table to change the graph.

New Cases Per Day

Worldwide

Cases

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Deaths

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Opinion

Haaretz Cartoon

Haaretz Editorial

Two weeks ago, the Health Ministry made the correct decision from the standpoint of both morality and health when it opened a coronavirus vaccination clinic in Tel Aviv’s Neveh Sha’anan neighborhood for people with no legal status in Israel. The response by asylum seekers and labor migrants greatly exceeded expectations. In its 14 days of operation, the clinic vaccinated 10,500 people. The vaccinations were like a drop of optimism in the sea of insecurity that has surrounded them since the outbreak of the pandemic. Roughly 80 percent of asylum seekers have lost their jobs, along with the priva

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