Cumulative number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and the number of deaths in Israel.
Source: The daily reports of the Ministry of Health.
NOTE: The change in the slope of the curve started after March 27th - a month after the identification of the first two cases on February 27th.
At the beginning of May, the number of new daily confirmed cases started dropping below 50. On May 8, 2020, Ministry of Health announced a three step plan for the relaxation of restrictions on public gatherings. The lowest number of daily confirmed cases was observed on May 24th. But, because of the easing of the restrictions, the number of new daily confirmed cases started to increase. During July 2020, the number of new daily cases was in the range of ~1000-2400. In August, the number of new cases appear to be at a plateau. But, since the beginning of September, the number of new cases has been rising. This situation is leading the government to consider stricter regulations.
The conclusion from these statistics is that observance of the rules of hygiene and social distancing are necessary to control the spread of the pandemic.
NOTE: Clicking one of the labels in the line below hides the graph for that label.
- Daily statistics of coronavirus infections in Israel - Linear scale.
- Israel National News (Arutz 7) interview with Prof. Israel Hanukoglu about the statistical trends in the coronavirus pandemic, April 6th, 2020.
- It’s not exponential: An economist’s view of the epidemiological curve
Citation for the page
Hanukoglu, Israel. (2020, September 29). "Cumulative graph of COVID-19 cases in Israel - logarithmic scale". Retrieved from https://www.science.co.il/medical/coronavirus/Statistics-log.php