207 people received medical treatment for Tisha Be'av related illnesses

207 people received medical treatment for Tisha Be'av related illnesses

July 22, 2018 19:24
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207 people required medical assistance during the Tisha Be'av fast, according to a report by Magen David Adom.

Out of that number, 132 people suffered from weakness, dizziness and vertigo while 65 people fainted and 10 suffered from dehydration.

In a statement by MDA Director General Eli Bin said: "I am glad there have been no serious cases and many of the cases were treated on site. I remind the public to call 101 in the event of an emergency."

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