Israel now has the highest rate of daily new coronavirus infections per capita in the world. This was according to figures aired by Israeli television and reported by the Times Of Israel.
The figures reported by Channels 12 and 13 cited data from Johns Hopkins University, showing Israel averaged 199.3 new cases a day per 1 million residents.
Rounding out the top five at that time on the list were Brazil (188 new cases per day per million people), Spain (178), the United States (129) and France (80).
Israel’s Health Ministry updated its daily coronavirus figures finding a total of 3,141 coronavirus cases diagnosed throughout a 24 hour period, a new record high for the country.
Of the 24,825 active patients in the country, 417 were in serious condition with 117 of them on ventilators, the ministry said.
The Health Ministry is expected to asked to expand the list of highly infected cities and towns and impose sweeping restrictions, including a full lockdown on some areas, to stem the virus outbreak, according to Hebrew-language media reports.
According to the government’s criteria, the current list of 23 so-called “red” cities and towns will see seven additional locales added.
Including the ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak and town of Elad and the northern Arab city of Nazareth. A dozen neighborhoods in Jerusalem will also be flagged as highly infected “red zones.”
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