The number of people infected in Israel is rising sharply

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By conducting far fewer than usual tests on Saturday, nearly 37,000, 760 more Israelis have been tested for the virus, and for the first time since October, the proportion of positive tests has risen to over two percent.

The infection rate on Sunday was 1.41, according to the health ministry website, that is

It passes the virus to 100 infected 141 people.

Professor Eran Szegal, a biological statistician at the Weizmann Institute of Science, told ynet that if the cases of the omicron version were separated, more than 3 data were measured from the Omicron based on the last ten days, meaning that every new omicron-infected person passed the virus to at least three others. this much more contagious version than before.

The statistician predicted that

the number of new infections registered per day reaches ten thousand within two weeks,

and since the outbreak, people are most likely to be infected in this wave.

The number of Covid patients treated in Israeli hospitals has started to rise again, currently, of the 154 cases requiring hospital care, 98 are in serious condition and 39 are in need of ventilator assistance. The vast majority of those in critical condition, 82.5 percent, including 96 percent of those under 60, are completely unvaccinated against the coronavirus.

The virus was detected at 379 arrivals in Israel on Friday and 141 on Saturday. 135 of the United States carried the infection to Israel, 60 from the United Arab Emirates, 59 from Turkey, 40 from France, 30 from Hungary, and 21 from the United Kingdom, and six from Saudi Arabia. A smaller number of virus carriers have also arrived from a number of other countries and have been screened by rigorous testing introduced at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.

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