COVID-19 in Israel

vaccinated
First Dose
Second Dose
of the population
Cases
Deaths
Positive
Severe

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

new cases

Deaths

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Opinion

Haaretz Cartoon

Haaretz Editorial

Unemployment has never been higher in Israel as in the past year, amid the coronavirus crisis. Almost 800,000 unemployed people were registered in the second half of January. Most of them are classified at this stage as temporarily unemployed (on unpaid leave). But some have slim chances of of finding work immediately after the economy fully reopens. The Bank of Israel has already warned that due to the coronavirus crisis some 200,000 Israelis may drop out of the labor force altogether. Just when we need to mobilize all available resources to help the jobless, the most acute failures preventin

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