Extreme heat could pose a serious health risk for at-risk populations, including the elderly, people with cardio-vesicular diseases and young children.
Residents of an immigrant absorption center in Beersheba are living through the heatwave without air conditioning
According to the safety organization Kids and Cars, an average of 37 American children die each year in hot cars.
The Health Ministry warned in a statement that low humidity and high winds are expected with temperatures predicted to soar above 40 degrees Celsius in most parts of the country.
"I thought the IDF learned a lesson from my son's death," said Ayelet Sela, the mother of the soldier who passed away from heat stroke in 2015, "but this event tells me that it was not enough. "
Magen David Adom released a series of precautions for Israelis and tourists for the warmer months.
We in Israel are sweltering under a heat wave. There have also been heat waves in Europe, parts of the United States and other places.
Two IDF soldiers have died this year from heatstroke.