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In a written statement made by the Israeli Ministry of Health, it was stated that 10,947 people tested positive in the past 24 hours and 24 patients lost their lives.
It was said to be the highest daily number of cases seen in the country since February 2020, when the outbreak began.
Thus, it was recorded that the total number of cases in Israel, which has a population of approximately 9.3 million, exceeded 1 million 66,000 and 6,000,943 people died from the virus.
In the country where the number of active cases exceeded 83,000, the condition of 719 patients was reported to be serious.
SCHOOLS OPEN TOMORROW
Despite the increase in cases, the Israeli administration decided to begin face-to-face teaching in schools on September 1, except in non-risk areas.
According to the plan of the Ministry of Education, students over 12 years of age will be vaccinated against Kovid-19 in schools, with parental consent.
Pupils under the age of 12 will be asked to present the result showing that the Kovid-19 test taken less than 48 hours ago is negative, in order to be admitted to the school.
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Teachers and staff will also be admitted to the school by presenting the document certifying that they have been vaccinated or the test result showing that the Kovid-19 test is negative.
With the effect of the delta variant, the epidemic is attempted to be brought under control with the third dose of vaccine in the country where daily cases are increasing rapidly.
The Israeli administration, which previously decided to give the third dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine gradually to different age groups, finally added people over 12 to this group on August 29.
So far, the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine has been administered to 5 million 974,000 people nationwide, the second dose to 5 million 482,000 people and the third dose to 2 million 157,000 people.
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