From six to 108-years-old, these Israelis died from COVID-19

This is what 'The Jerusalem Post' knows about the Israeli coronavirus victims

MAGEN DAVID ADOM workers, wearing protective clothing, bring a patient to the coronavirus unit at Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan (photo credit: FLASH90)
MAGEN DAVID ADOM workers, wearing protective clothing, bring a patient to the coronavirus unit at Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan
(photo credit: FLASH90)
Although privacy laws forbid The Jerusalem Post from obtaining access to the identities of the around 100 people who died in Israel from coronavirus last week, here is what we do know about them from the Health Ministry.

 
The youngest Israeli who died from coronavirus was six years old. The child, female and a resident of a city that has had less than 15 coronavirus deaths, was victims No. 542. 
The oldest victim was an 108-year-old woman from Jerusalem. In the previous week, the oldest victim was listed as six years younger: A 102-year-old woman from Netanya.
Of the more than 1,000 overall deaths for which gender is currently known, 578 (54%) of the victims were male and 498 (46%) were female.

Where are the victims from?
 
The city with the highest number of deaths is Jerusalem (163), followed by Bnei Brak (73) and Tel Aviv (68). After that: Bat Yam (47), Rishon Lezion (37), Ramat Gan (35), Holon (33), Ashdod (31), Ramle (30), Petah Tikva (27), Haifa (26), Netanya (24), Rehovot (24), Beersheba (23), Hadera (21) and Kiryat Gat (18). The rest of the victims were from communities with less than 15 deaths.
A previous version of this story said that the 6-year-old girl died in the last week. This is incorrect. The Jerusalem Post regrets this error.