Over 322 Killed And 1,225 Injured In Lebanon So Far In Hezbollah-Israel Conflict

Asharq Al-Awsat

Following the Israeli aggression on South Lebanon, The Ministry of Public Health routinely issues a comprehensive report outlining the collective impact of health emergencies stemming from the conflict.

The latest report indicates five new cases, highlighting the persistent threat to public health in the region, pushing the total injuries to 1125, illustrating the widespread repercussions of the conflict on the population’s well-being.

Moreover, the report grimly notes a rise in the death toll to 316, emphasizing the gravity of the situation and the imperative for immediate action,

The distribution of injuries reveals that 88% are among females, 96% among males, and 60% among Lebanese nationals aged 24 to 44.

These cases were attributed to various causes, including 44% resulting from trauma, 34% from explosions, and 18% from chemical exposure.

This report is pivotal in assessing the humanitarian aftermath and directing resources toward addressing the pressing needs of affected communities.

Despite mitigation efforts, the situation remains dire, with the report documenting a troubling surge in cases.

Related: Lebanon Will Pay At Least $46 Million For Those Killed Or Had Their House Damaged In The South

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