Health Ministry: Number of Coronavirus Patients in Israel Rises to 200; Opens Yiddish Hotline

YERUSHALAYIM -
Israeli border police wear protective gear and masks at the Ein Yael Checkpoint, in Yerushalayim. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

The Health Ministry said Sunday morning that the number of coronavirus infections in Israel stands at two hundred.

According to the Health Ministry, two of those infected are listed in serious condition, 11 are in moderate condition, 178 are in light condition and four patients have recovered and were released to their homes.

Of those infected with the virus, 157 are hospitalized, five others are on the way to hospitalization, 34 are being treated at home.

Meanwhile, the Health Ministry has opened an information hotline for the chareidi public in Yiddish. The number of the Yiddish information hotline is (03) 509-7000.