With a total of 6.9 million displaced: the United Nations ranks Syria as the largest country in the world in terms of the number of displaced people

With a total of 6.9 million displaced: the United Nations ranks Syria as the largest country in the world in terms of the number of displaced people  When the roar of warplanes subsides and the buzzing of bullets disappears in Syria, the tragedies are laden with terrifying statistics left by the war machines over the past years, which can double the Syrians’ pain at any time due to the blockage of the horizon for political solutions and the reliance on military resolution in the country, especially by the regime. So that the Syrian person will remain the only one who suffers, whether in regime or opposition-controlled areas, from severe suffering with poverty, lack of stability, and a very difficult life in tents under compelling living conditions.  The United Nations, for its part, announced the classification of Syria as the largest country in the world in terms of the number of displaced within the Syrian geography, noting at the same time that poverty among Syrians has reached 90 percent of the total population. Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stephane Dujarric, announced in early March through an official statement that "the humanitarian needs in Syria are steadily increasing, as there are now 14.6 million needy people this year and about 6.9 million displaced people." He added, "This is the largest number of internally displaced persons in the world, and they face high needs and limited ability to access basic services," as the UN official responded to what he called "the ongoing hostilities, bad infrastructure and ever-decreasing purchasing power." It undermines people’s resilience.”  Poverty prevails in the country Syria is famous throughout history for many industries and agriculture that enable it to achieve self-sufficiency on several levels. However, corruption before the revolution that erupted in the country in 2011 was a major reason for making the citizen in permanent poverty and sustainable need. After the revolution and the military repression machine adopted by the ruling regime in the country, everyone lost more of the basic elements of stability, even forced some to plant on rooftops and in front of houses to get some vegetables in light of the siege imposed by the regime’s army on the cities and towns that demanded freedom and the overthrow of the regime.  The war in Syria has destroyed, according to human rights and international reports, the country’s infrastructure, and millions have been displaced towards the north of Syria or outside the country, and the calculations have become more and more complicated and the humanitarian situation has deteriorated more and more, which made the United Nations announce through its spokesman Stephane Dujarric that estimates indicate that 90% Of the population in Syria lives below the poverty line, and deteriorating social and economic trends are expected to increase levels of extreme poverty. Dujarric stressed that Syria “is now ranked among the most food insecure countries in the world, with more than half of its population suffering from severe food insecurity, and a quarter of children under the age of five facing stunting, causing irreversible damage.” on their growth,” noting that “the United Nations and its partners are working to intensify efforts to support resilience and early recovery programs, to revitalize access to vital basic services along with life-saving work.” According to the Turkish "Anadolu Agency".  A report issued by the United Nations last February indicated that food insecurity remains very high across the country: with an estimated 12 million people suffering from severe food insecurity, Syria is ranked among the top ten Food-insecure countries globally by mid-2021. Syria also suffers from crises that have exacerbated over the past years, as production has almost completely stopped and the value of the lira against the dollar has plunged to unprecedented levels. The departure of capital, corruption, military spending and the loss of oil resources are the most important causes of economic deterioration.  Catastrophic repercussions The representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (of the United Nations) in Jordan, Dominic Bartsch, indicated that there are difficulties and challenges they face with regard to the Syrian interior, and said during a meeting with Anadolu Agency: “Our colleagues there have a great job, and as part of the response of the United Nations family we are particularly supportive internally displaced population. As for the challenge facing the UNHCR inside Syria, according to Bartsch, it is the lack of access to all parts of the country, "as there are areas where aid has not been delivered for some time."  While the director of the Syrian Network for Human Rights, Fadel Abdul-Ghani, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi: The repercussions of the UN statements about the numbers of displaced people inside Syria are catastrophic, and these events were expected in Syria, as a result of the continuous displacement of millions of Syrian people, this percentage has subsequently become idle From work, which led to the breaking of the wheel of the economy in the country, and thus we are facing a loss of food security.  The spokesman also blamed the Syrian regime for destroying the economic system in the country, as it is primarily responsible for what the Syrian arena has become, especially its implementation of "brutal bombardment" operations with its Russian ally that led to the destruction of entire residential neighborhoods, factories and infrastructure throughout the Syrian territory. The end resulted in the displacement and displacement of half of the Syrian people, a quarter of them displaced within the geographical borders and the other quarter became outside Syria, and this indicates that 50 percent of the people stopped working and producing there.  According to Abdul-Ghani, the displacements have also affected the lives of children and women who live in poor living conditions, conditions that would raise the death rate in Syria, and disability as a result of malnutrition, and therefore we are with a segment of Syrian society that suffers from health, which will affect future generations. Also, in addition to the fragility of the security situation and the difficulties of educational processes, all of these crises are mainly caused by displacement, which will also lead to other suffering for women and children, such as “sexual and financial extortion and recruitment.”  Tragic situations Millions of displaced people in northern Syria suffer from extremely difficult humanitarian conditions in the camps scattered in the north of the country, as a result of sheltering them in primitive camps that are not protected by cold waves amid weak heating basics, while rains flood dozens of tents annually, conditions that lead to the displacement of thousands of them . As the displaced families in the camps only have blankets and plastic waste that they collect from garbage dumps, as a means of heating and protection from the harsh winter cold, and in the face of this challenging scene, parents take turns at night, in order to ensure the safety of the children in case the tents collapsed due to snow or water leaked into the camp. Indoors due to rain.  The displaced families cannot return to their homes and homes in various Syrian cities, for fear of arrest and torture at the hands of the Assad regime and its allies, which pushes them to endure the bad weather and living conditions in exchange for not being subjected to harm and violence by the regime.  In May 2017, Turkey, Russia and Iran announced that they had reached an agreement to establish a “de-escalation zone” in Idlib, as part of the Astana meetings related to the Syrian issue, but the regime forces and their supporters attack the area from time to time, despite the ceasefire agreement signed on May 5 March 2020.  Business plan required The researcher at the Syrian Foundation for Studies and Public Opinion Research, Rashid Hourani, for his part, went to the necessity of developing an action plan by the forces of the Syrian revolution that would integrate the situation in Ukraine and Syria, given the same cause, which is Russia, according to him. He indicated, during statements he made to Al-Quds Al-Arabi, that the UN declaration that Syria has the largest number of displaced people in the world can be considered a "positive thing", citing the importance of the United Nations acknowledging the tragic reality of the Syrian people, noting that this reality is not the result of a period of time. Short, it is a reality that is as old as the Syrian regime's use of violence to its utmost degree against the people who demanded democracy and the transfer of power.  He also considered that the United Nations, in its recent statements, wants to compliment the Syrians, after its great mobilization to contain the humanitarian situation in Ukraine, and the United Nations shows them that they are still on its agenda.  Inflation and unemployment Economic researcher Shamil Badran revealed, during a symposium held by the “Association for Economic Sciences” in Damascus in September of 2021 that inflation in Syria reached record levels after exceeding the threshold of 800 percent, with the decline in growth rates in the country, and the rise in unemployment to 31.4 percent in 2019, according to what was reported by Al-Watan newspaper, which is close to the Syrian regime. The collapse of the Syrian pound also exacerbated the living crisis for the Syrians, after it crossed the barrier of 3800 pounds to one US dollar, which led to a large deficit in purchasing power, amid crises of basic materials from bread to fuel, and low wages in the public and private sectors. These factors, which narrowed the options for the Syrians, made them inclined to the idea of ​​voluntary migration from the country towards the neighboring countries of Syria, especially Turkey, in their desire to have a more stable life.  This was confirmed by Turkey through its Minister of Interior Suleiman Soylu recently, that a large part of the Syrians who are currently trying to come to Turkey are from the areas surrounding the Syrian capital, Damascus, and linked this to the economic crisis in Syria, and Soylu revealed that the number of Syrians who obtained Turkish citizenship until The end of last year amounted to more than 193 thousand.

When the roar of warplanes subsides and the buzzing of bullets disappears in Syria


The tragedies are laden with terrifying statistics left by the war machines over the past years, which can double the Syrians’ pain at any time due to the blockage of the horizon for political solutions and the reliance on military resolution in the country, especially by the regime. So that the Syrian person will remain the only one who suffers, whether in regime or opposition-controlled areas, from severe suffering with poverty, lack of stability, and a very difficult life in tents under compelling living conditions.

The United Nations, for its part, announced the classification of Syria as the largest country in the world in terms of the number of displaced within the Syrian geography, noting at the same time that poverty among Syrians has reached 90 percent of the total population.
Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Stephane Dujarric, announced in early March through an official statement that "the humanitarian needs in Syria are steadily increasing, as there are now 14.6 million needy people this year and about 6.9 million displaced people."
He added, "This is the largest number of internally displaced persons in the world, and they face high needs and limited ability to access basic services," as the UN official responded to what he called "the ongoing hostilities, bad infrastructure and ever-decreasing purchasing power." It undermines people’s resilience.”

Poverty prevails in the country
Syria is famous throughout history for many industries and agriculture that enable it to achieve self-sufficiency on several levels. However, corruption before the revolution that erupted in the country in 2011 was a major reason for making the citizen in permanent poverty and sustainable need.
After the revolution and the military repression machine adopted by the ruling regime in the country, everyone lost more of the basic elements of stability, even forced some to plant on rooftops and in front of houses to get some vegetables in light of the siege imposed by the regime’s army on the cities and towns that demanded freedom and the overthrow of the regime.

The war in Syria has destroyed, according to human rights and international reports, the country’s infrastructure, and millions have been displaced towards the north of Syria or outside the country, and the calculations have become more and more complicated and the humanitarian situation has deteriorated more and more, which made the United Nations announce through its spokesman Stephane Dujarric that estimates indicate that 90% Of the population in Syria lives below the poverty line, and deteriorating social and economic trends are expected to increase levels of extreme poverty.
Dujarric stressed that Syria “is now ranked among the most food insecure countries in the world, with more than half of its population suffering from severe food insecurity, and a quarter of children under the age of five facing stunting, causing irreversible damage.” on their growth,” noting that “the United Nations and its partners are working to intensify efforts to support resilience and early recovery programs, to revitalize access to vital basic services along with life-saving work.” According to the Turkish "Anadolu Agency".

A report issued by the United Nations last February indicated that food insecurity remains very high across the country: with an estimated 12 million people suffering from severe food insecurity, Syria is ranked among the top ten Food-insecure countries globally by mid-2021.
Syria also suffers from crises that have exacerbated over the past years, as production has almost completely stopped and the value of the lira against the dollar has plunged to unprecedented levels. The departure of capital, corruption, military spending and the loss of oil resources are the most important causes of economic deterioration.

Catastrophic repercussions
The representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (of the United Nations) in Jordan, Dominic Bartsch, indicated that there are difficulties and challenges they face with regard to the Syrian interior, and said during a meeting with Anadolu Agency: “Our colleagues there have a great job, and as part of the response of the United Nations family we are particularly supportive internally displaced population.
As for the challenge facing the UNHCR inside Syria, according to Bartsch, it is the lack of access to all parts of the country, "as there are areas where aid has not been delivered for some time."

While the director of the Syrian Network for Human Rights, Fadel Abdul-Ghani, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi: The repercussions of the UN statements about the numbers of displaced people inside Syria are catastrophic, and these events were expected in Syria, as a result of the continuous displacement of millions of Syrian people, this percentage has subsequently become idle From work, which led to the breaking of the wheel of the economy in the country, and thus we are facing a loss of food security.

The spokesman also blamed the Syrian regime for destroying the economic system in the country, as it is primarily responsible for what the Syrian arena has become, especially its implementation of "brutal bombardment" operations with its Russian ally that led to the destruction of entire residential neighborhoods, factories and infrastructure throughout the Syrian territory. The end resulted in the displacement and displacement of half of the Syrian people, a quarter of them displaced within the geographical borders and the other quarter became outside Syria, and this indicates that 50 percent of the people stopped working and producing there.

According to Abdul-Ghani, the displacements have also affected the lives of children and women who live in poor living conditions, conditions that would raise the death rate in Syria, and disability as a result of malnutrition, and therefore we are with a segment of Syrian society that suffers from health, which will affect future generations. Also, in addition to the fragility of the security situation and the difficulties of educational processes, all of these crises are mainly caused by displacement, which will also lead to other suffering for women and children, such as “sexual and financial extortion and recruitment.”

Tragic situations
Millions of displaced people in northern Syria suffer from extremely difficult humanitarian conditions in the camps scattered in the north of the country, as a result of sheltering them in primitive camps that are not protected by cold waves amid weak heating basics, while rains flood dozens of tents annually, conditions that lead to the displacement of thousands of them .
As the displaced families in the camps only have blankets and plastic waste that they collect from garbage dumps, as a means of heating and protection from the harsh winter cold, and in the face of this challenging scene, parents take turns at night, in order to ensure the safety of the children in case the tents collapsed due to snow or water leaked into the camp. Indoors due to rain.

The displaced families cannot return to their homes and homes in various Syrian cities, for fear of arrest and torture at the hands of the Assad regime and its allies, which pushes them to endure the bad weather and living conditions in exchange for not being subjected to harm and violence by the regime.

In May 2017, Turkey, Russia and Iran announced that they had reached an agreement to establish a “de-escalation zone” in Idlib, as part of the Astana meetings related to the Syrian issue, but the regime forces and their supporters attack the area from time to time, despite the ceasefire agreement signed on May 5 March 2020.

Business plan required
The researcher at the Syrian Foundation for Studies and Public Opinion Research, Rashid Hourani, for his part, went to the necessity of developing an action plan by the forces of the Syrian revolution that would integrate the situation in Ukraine and Syria, given the same cause, which is Russia, according to him.
He indicated, during statements he made to Al-Quds Al-Arabi, that the UN declaration that Syria has the largest number of displaced people in the world can be considered a "positive thing", citing the importance of the United Nations acknowledging the tragic reality of the Syrian people, noting that this reality is not the result of a period of time. Short, it is a reality that is as old as the Syrian regime's use of violence to its utmost degree against the people who demanded democracy and the transfer of power.

He also considered that the United Nations, in its recent statements, wants to compliment the Syrians, after its great mobilization to contain the humanitarian situation in Ukraine, and the United Nations shows them that they are still on its agenda.

Inflation and unemployment
Economic researcher Shamil Badran revealed, during a symposium held by the “Association for Economic Sciences” in Damascus in September of 2021 that inflation in Syria reached record levels after exceeding the threshold of 800 percent, with the decline in growth rates in the country, and the rise in unemployment to 31.4 percent in 2019, according to what was reported by Al-Watan newspaper, which is close to the Syrian regime.
The collapse of the Syrian pound also exacerbated the living crisis for the Syrians, after it crossed the barrier of 3800 pounds to one US dollar, which led to a large deficit in purchasing power, amid crises of basic materials from bread to fuel, and low wages in the public and private sectors.
These factors, which narrowed the options for the Syrians, made them inclined to the idea of ​​voluntary migration from the country towards the neighboring countries of Syria, especially Turkey, in their desire to have a more stable life.

This was confirmed by Turkey through its Minister of Interior Suleiman Soylu recently, that a large part of the Syrians who are currently trying to come to Turkey are from the areas surrounding the Syrian capital, Damascus, and linked this to the economic crisis in Syria, and Soylu revealed that the number of Syrians who obtained Turkish citizenship until The end of last year amounted to more than 193 thousand.

Gaza: Israel's ban on the entry of medical equipment threatens to collapse the health system,Ismail Abdel Hadi  Hospitals in the Gaza Strip have been suffering for more than 10 years from the collapse of the health system, as a result of the Israeli side preventing the entry of many necessary medical devices related to various x-ray machines, in addition to preventing the introduction of new dialysis devices, in light of the high number of patients and the inability of health authorities to provide Treatment services on a regular basis as a result of the scarcity of devices.  Despite the appeals issued by the Ministry of Health, Israel refuses to supply the new equipment necessary for medical radiology services, and the supply of spare parts needed to repair a large number of broken and out of service medical devices, despite their importance in diagnosing diseases or treating patients, while there are more than two million citizens in Gaza relies on government health facilities to receive treatment, in light of what it suffers from an acute shortage of medical equipment and personnel.  The Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the Israeli occupation continues to perpetuate its inhumane and immoral practices against Gaza patients, as it prevents the entry of medicines and medical supplies, in addition to preventing the entry of a group of diagnostic medical devices and spare parts, and taking out other devices to complete the urgent necessary maintenance as a result foot and decline in its curative ability. The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (a human rights organization) warned of the serious repercussions of the Israeli occupation authorities' continued prevention of the supply of medical devices to the Gaza Strip for years, noting that these devices, which Israel prevents from supplying to Gaza, would save the lives of thousands of patients who need medical treatment. Health services within government hospitals.  Al-Mizan Center for Human Rights (a human rights organization) called on the international community to exert serious pressure on Israel, to allow the entry of medical equipment and medicines in light of the worsening weakness of the health system in the Gaza Strip with the increase in the number of patients. Years of introducing 14 medical radiology devices, which were donated by international relief organizations and institutions.  Backlog of reservations The Ministry of Health in Gaza is working to transfer x-ray devices from one hospital to another, in order to relieve the pressure on them after the accumulation of reservations for patients. Diagnostic and therapeutic services for a large number of patients, and to ease the movement of citizens between governorates. A large number of sick citizens, who find it difficult to wait for a long time to obtain health services, are forced to resort to private health centers at great financial costs, and this solution is only forced by the able, while the poor and people with limited income wait for their reservations inside government hospitals for a long time, up to months, As a result of the accumulation of large numbers of patients and the limited number of devices available within government health facilities.  Meanwhile, the spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf al-Qidra, said that Israel's ban on the entry of medical devices and medicines into the Gaza Strip increased pressure on working medical staff, and affected the course of treatment services provided to patients, due to the presence of large numbers of patients in need of treatment. Some of them died while they were waiting for treatment. Al-Qudra told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that the occupation continues to prevent the entry of medical drugs, in addition to preventing the entry of a group of diagnostic medical devices and spare parts, including a CT scan device, a fluoroscopic device, a mammography device, primary care x-ray devices, and an MRI device, in addition to to a number of mobile devices.  He pointed out that the Israeli side's refusal to enter these devices will affect the ministry's ability to provide diagnostic services to all patients in the required manner, and that this step comes in the context of the continuous Israeli pressure on the residents of the Gaza Strip to bring them to their knees, in light of what failed the successive wars on Gaza To achieve what the occupation wanted. And he called on the ability of international and humanitarian health institutions to pressure the occupation to introduce diagnostic medical devices, given the urgent need for them as part of efforts to maximize preparedness to confront the Corona pandemic, and to strengthen health facilities that suffer from equipment failure and their out of service, or the lack of spare parts to complete the necessary maintenance operations for them.  Since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip in 2006, Israel has imposed a stifling blockade that has negatively affected all aspects of life, and the health sector is perhaps one of the sectors most affected by this, due to Israel's prevention of patients from leaving for treatment abroad, and the lack of medical equipment and expertise inside the Gaza Strip.

Gaza: Israel's ban on the entry of medical equipment threatens to collapse the health system, Ismail Abdel Hadi


Hospitals in the Gaza Strip have been suffering for more than 10 years from the collapse of the health system, as a result of the Israeli side preventing the entry of many necessary medical devices related to various x-ray machines, in addition to preventing the introduction of new dialysis devices, in light of the high number of patients and the inability of health authorities to provide Treatment services on a regular basis as a result of the scarcity of devices.

Despite the appeals issued by the Ministry of Health, Israel refuses to supply the new equipment necessary for medical radiology services, and the supply of spare parts needed to repair a large number of broken and out of service medical devices, despite their importance in diagnosing diseases or treating patients, while there are more than two million citizens in Gaza relies on government health facilities to receive treatment, in light of what it suffers from an acute shortage of medical equipment and personnel.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the Israeli occupation continues to perpetuate its inhumane and immoral practices against Gaza patients, as it prevents the entry of medicines and medical supplies, in addition to preventing the entry of a group of diagnostic medical devices and spare parts, and taking out other devices to complete the urgent necessary maintenance as a result foot and decline in its curative ability.
The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (a human rights organization) warned of the serious repercussions of the Israeli occupation authorities' continued prevention of the supply of medical devices to the Gaza Strip for years, noting that these devices, which Israel prevents from supplying to Gaza, would save the lives of thousands of patients who need medical treatment. Health services within government hospitals.

Al-Mizan Center for Human Rights (a human rights organization) called on the international community to exert serious pressure on Israel, to allow the entry of medical equipment and medicines in light of the worsening weakness of the health system in the Gaza Strip with the increase in the number of patients. Years of introducing 14 medical radiology devices, which were donated by international relief organizations and institutions.

Backlog of reservations
The Ministry of Health in Gaza is working to transfer x-ray devices from one hospital to another, in order to relieve the pressure on them after the accumulation of reservations for patients. Diagnostic and therapeutic services for a large number of patients, and to ease the movement of citizens between governorates.
A large number of sick citizens, who find it difficult to wait for a long time to obtain health services, are forced to resort to private health centers at great financial costs, and this solution is only forced by the able, while the poor and people with limited income wait for their reservations inside government hospitals for a long time, up to months, As a result of the accumulation of large numbers of patients and the limited number of devices available within government health facilities.

Meanwhile, the spokesman for the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf al-Qidra, said that Israel's ban on the entry of medical devices and medicines into the Gaza Strip increased pressure on working medical staff, and affected the course of treatment services provided to patients, due to the presence of large numbers of patients in need of treatment. Some of them died while they were waiting for treatment.
Al-Qudra told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that the occupation continues to prevent the entry of medical drugs, in addition to preventing the entry of a group of diagnostic medical devices and spare parts, including a CT scan device, a fluoroscopic device, a mammography device, primary care x-ray devices, and an MRI device, in addition to to a number of mobile devices.

He pointed out that the Israeli side's refusal to enter these devices will affect the ministry's ability to provide diagnostic services to all patients in the required manner, and that this step comes in the context of the continuous Israeli pressure on the residents of the Gaza Strip to bring them to their knees, in light of what failed the successive wars on Gaza To achieve what the occupation wanted.
And he called on the ability of international and humanitarian health institutions to pressure the occupation to introduce diagnostic medical devices, given the urgent need for them as part of efforts to maximize preparedness to confront the Corona pandemic, and to strengthen health facilities that suffer from equipment failure and their out of service, or the lack of spare parts to complete the necessary maintenance operations for them.

Since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip in 2006, Israel has imposed a stifling blockade that has negatively affected all aspects of life, and the health sector is perhaps one of the sectors most affected by this, due to Israel's prevention of patients from leaving for treatment abroad, and the lack of medical equipment and expertise inside the Gaza Strip.

Two years after the "pandemic": more than 651,000 injuries and 5,577 deaths in Palestine  Ramallah, Wafa - On March 5, 2020, Palestine recorded the first cases of infection with the “Corona” virus (seven infections in a Bethlehem hotel), after they had contact with a tourist delegation, which found that a number of its members had been infected after returning to their country.  Two years after the pandemic, official data indicate that 651,125 injuries and 5577 deaths were recorded, compared to 635,346 recoveries.  And since the beginning of this year 2022 until now, Palestine has recorded more than 180,000 infections, after the spread of new mutagens, especially the fast-infecting “Omicron” mutant.  The northern governorates recorded 403,977 cases of the virus, including 73,180 cases in the occupied city of Jerusalem, compared to 247,148 cases in the southern governorates.  Jerusalem and its suburbs topped the number of injuries with 88,619 injuries, followed by Hebron governorate with 62,181 injuries, then Nablus with 59,722, Ramallah and Al-Bireh 57,346, Jenin 32,918, Tulkarm 31,006 injuries, Bethlehem 29,490 injuries, Qalqilya 14,057, Salfit 11,916, Tubas and the northern Jordan Valley 8,617, and Jericho and Al-Aghwar 8,100 injuries.  The northern governorates recorded 3,639 deaths, compared to 1,938 deaths in the southern governorates. Hebron governorate recorded the highest death toll with 717, followed by Nablus governorate 634, the city of Jerusalem and its suburbs 398, Jenin 398, Ramallah and Al-Bireh 359, Tulkarm 356, Bethlehem 304, Qalqilya 206, and Salfit 109, Tubas and the Northern Jordan Valley 93, and Jericho and the Jordan Valley 65 deaths.  Recent days have witnessed a decline in HIV infection rates, and the number of currently active infections has reached 10,200, including 7,552 in the southern governorates, 1,429 in Jerusalem and its suburbs, 317 in Nablus Governorate, 303 in Hebron, and 184 in Ramallah and Al-Bireh .  In the corona centers and departments in the hospitals of the northern governorates, 106 patients are being treated, of whom 56 are in intensive care rooms, of whom 26 are connected to artificial respirators, while 89 patients are being treated in the hospitals of the southern governorates, of whom 63 are described as critical.  With regard to the vaccination campaign against the “Corona” virus in Palestine, the number of people vaccinated with at least one dose reached more than one million and 980 thousand male and female citizens, of whom one million and 717 thousand received two doses, and 292,281 received three doses.

Two years after the "pandemic": more than 651,000 injuries and 5,577 deaths in Palestine


Ramallah, Wafa - On March 5, 2020, Palestine recorded the first cases of infection with the “Corona” virus (seven infections in a Bethlehem hotel), after they had contact with a tourist delegation, which found that a number of its members had been infected after returning to their country.

Two years after the pandemic, official data indicate that 651,125 injuries and 5577 deaths were recorded, compared to 635,346 recoveries.

And since the beginning of this year 2022 until now, Palestine has recorded more than 180,000 infections, after the spread of new mutagens, especially the fast-infecting “Omicron” mutant.

The northern governorates recorded 403,977 cases of the virus, including 73,180 cases in the occupied city of Jerusalem, compared to 247,148 cases in the southern governorates.

Jerusalem and its suburbs topped the number of injuries with 88,619 injuries, followed by Hebron governorate with 62,181 injuries, then Nablus with 59,722, Ramallah and Al-Bireh 57,346, Jenin 32,918, Tulkarm 31,006 injuries, Bethlehem 29,490 injuries, Qalqilya 14,057, Salfit 11,916, Tubas and the northern Jordan Valley 8,617, and Jericho and Al-Aghwar 8,100 injuries.

The northern governorates recorded 3,639 deaths, compared to 1,938 deaths in the southern governorates. Hebron governorate recorded the highest death toll with 717, followed by Nablus governorate 634, the city of Jerusalem and its suburbs 398, Jenin 398, Ramallah and Al-Bireh 359, Tulkarm 356, Bethlehem 304, Qalqilya 206, and Salfit 109, Tubas and the Northern Jordan Valley 93, and Jericho and the Jordan Valley 65 deaths.

Recent days have witnessed a decline in HIV infection rates, and the number of currently active infections has reached 10,200, including 7,552 in the southern governorates, 1,429 in Jerusalem and its suburbs, 317 in Nablus Governorate, 303 in Hebron, and 184 in Ramallah and Al-Bireh .

In the corona centers and departments in the hospitals of the northern governorates, 106 patients are being treated, of whom 56 are in intensive care rooms, of whom 26 are connected to artificial respirators, while 89 patients are being treated in the hospitals of the southern governorates, of whom 63 are described as critical.

With regard to the vaccination campaign against the “Corona” virus in Palestine, the number of people vaccinated with at least one dose reached more than one million and 980 thousand male and female citizens, of whom one million and 717 thousand received two doses, and 292,281 received three doses.
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