WORLD Israel reports 721 new COVID-19 cases, 314,422 in total

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Israel reports 721 new COVID-19 cases, 314,422 in total

Xinhua

19:48, November 01, 2020

Israeli pupils wearing masks are seen in a school in central Israeli city of Modiin amid COVID-19 pandemic on Nov. 1, 2020 On Sunday, students from grades one to four across Israel will be allowed to return to their schools, as part of the second stage of the exit plan from the ongoing full lockdown. (Photo by Gil Cohen Magen/Xinhua)

JERUSALEM, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- Israel's Ministry of Health reported 721 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the total to 314,422.

The number of death cases rose to 2,539, with 25 new fatalities, while the number of patients in serious condition decreased from 429 to 409, out of 714 patients currently hospitalized.

The number of recoveries rose to 301,241, with 1,419 new ones, while active cases dropped to 10,641.

On Sunday, students from grades one to four across Israel will be allowed to return to their schools, as part of the second stage of the exit plan from the ongoing full lockdown

The exit plan, approved by the Israeli Corona Cabinet, also eased some restrictions on service sectors and houses of worship. 

Israeli pupils wearing masks are seen in a school in central Israeli city of Modiin amid COVID-19 pandemic on Nov. 1, 2020. On Sunday, students from grades one to four across Israel will be allowed to return to their schools, as part of the second stage of the exit plan from the ongoing full lockdown. (Photo by Gil Cohen Magen/Xinhua)

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