Looks like the COVID-19 battle of Israel is gaining ground.
The Israel Health Ministry revealed that the country’s COVID infection rate has fallen to a three-month low.
The data from the health ministry released on Friday showed some 2,064 cases were detected on Thursday, which is lower than the 2,396 cases diagnosed on Wednesday.
The data also shows that the percentage of tests coming back positive also fell Thursday, declining to 2.14%, down from 2.30% on Wednesday. That is the lowest level recorded since July.
At the moment, 663 patients are hospitalized with COVID.
Moreover, the health ministry said the number of seriously ill patients also fell, to 460, down from 465 on Thursday.
The data is considered as the fewest seriously ill COVID patients since Aug. 12.
The health ministry said of those, 227 are in critical condition, with 183 on respirators.
Meanwhile, 3,706,434 Israelis had received the third dose of the coronavirus vaccine as of Friday morning.