Bnei Brak, Deir al-Asad have highest infection rates per capita

According to Health Ministry data, the Tel Aviv suburb of Bnei Brak continues to have the highest coronavirus infection rates in the country per 100,000 residents.

The ultra-Orthodox city has 1,202 infections per 100,000 residents (2,349 actual cases). It’s followed by Deir al-Asad in northern Israel with 99 cases, a rate of 796 for 100,000 residents.

They are followed by Elad, Kochav Yaakov, Kiryat Ye’arim, Kfar Chabad, Efrat, Mizpe Ramon, Beitar Illit and Modiin Illit.

Jerusalem, which has the largest number of cases (2,672), is in 15th place, when ranked per capita.

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