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Gaza records 100 new Covid cases; Hamas warning over treatment capacity

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Published: 14 September 2020

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Officials say system can only treat 2000 active cases; UN report finds Israel's demolition of homes in the West Bank have spiked during the pandemic

Gaza Strip records 100 new cases of coronavirus as health crisis deepens (Ynet)
Hamas health officials have warned that Gaza's health infrastructure will not be able to treat more than 2,000 active cases

Israel's home demolitions in West Bank spiked during pandemic: UN (Al-Monitor)
From March to August, 389 Palestinian-owned structures were razed in the West Bank, the United Nations said

Israel's Settlement Affairs ministry gets $US6 million to survey unauthorised Palestinian construction (Haaretz)
Unusually large funds to map out construction in the West Bank's Area C included in state budget for the first time


After Arabs reportedly removed from park, Israeli city told it can't bar non-residents (Haaretz)
Deputy attorney general slams Carmiel mayor in the latest of many attempts to restrict access to public space

Photo: A Palestinian man wearing a mask for protection sits on the seashore in Gaza City on March 13 (Mohammed Abed/AFP)

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