O Monday’s United Nations daily report was not released due to electricity cuts in the enclave.
One of the attacks on Al Shifa left 31 dead on Sunday, the second, on Monday, left five dead, at a time when hostilities were concentrated at the entrance to the building and the operating rooms). The third attack occurred shortly after and killed at least 26 people in a nearby area, which houses internally displaced people.
During the last two days of hostilities, which saw the fifth power cut in Gaza, bombings and clashes, according to the UN, were concentrated in Jabalia (north), Gaza City (center) and Khan Yunis (south).
In Jabalia on Sunday, at least 55 Palestinians were killed, including 15 children, and another 100 were missing in the rubble of the attack on a residential complex.
Another attack on Sunday hit a school in Khan Younis, killing at least 14 people and injuring 10, according to the same report.
The United Nations recalls that since October 7, 342 schools have been damaged, that is, approximately 70% of Gaza’s educational facilities, many of which are used as shelters for the approximately two million people displaced by the conflict.
According to the UN, the spread of fighting to practically the entire Gaza Strip, with the exception of the extreme south, in the Rafah area, caused an exodus to this area, which became the most densely populated in the Gaza Strip, with around 12,000 people. inhabitants per square kilometer.
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