● The further reduction in the electricity supply to Gaza has caused a severe impact on the health services, 30 hospitals and 2 health facilities face risk of partial closure as the supply for back-up generators become depleted. An additional 70 primary healthcare facilities are also impacted.
● Out of the 516 medications on the essential drug list, 177 drugs items (34%) were at zero stock levels in May. In June, 184 drug items (36%) were at zero stock in the Ministry of Health's Gaza Central Drug Store (CDS). The decrease in the availability of drugs is placing patient lives at risk.
● Out of the 184 drug items out of stock, 161 items are completely depleted in June (31%).
● In May, of the 853 medical disposables on the essential list, 270 (32%) were reported at zero stock levels in the CDS Gaza; in June, 271 (32%) were reported at zero stock.
● WHO has expanded its emergency response by releasing US $ 360,000 from its internal emergency funds to scale up its response and to support health authorities to prevent the further deterioration and collapse of the health sector in Gaza.