Hospital says 12 of 13 hostages released yesterday don’t need urgent medical attention

The Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan says that 12 of the 13 hostages released from the Gaza Strip yesterday spent the night at the medical center, and that none of them required urgent medical attention.

“After a very long night of anticipation, at around 3:30 a.m., 12 hostages were transferred here, and I am happy to inform you that, although the days of captivity are evident on them, none of them need urgent and immediate intervention,” says children’s hospital chief Prof. Itai Pessach. “We will continue to support them physically and mentally.”

The 13th hostage released by Hamas terrorists on Saturday evening, Maya Regev, is hospitalized at Beersheba’s Soroka Medical Center.

Regev was the only freed hostage brought to the closer Soroka to undergo immediate medical treatment. Last night, the hospital described her condition as moderate, and said her life isn’t in danger.

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