Victims of recent terror attacks being treated at Shaare Zedek Medical Center are improving

Victims of recent terror attacks being treated at Shaare Zedek Medical Center are improving.

The young man who was injured in the stabbing attack outside of Givat Ze’ev is now consciousness and will be transferred from Shaare Zedek’s Intensive Care Unit to a regular ward today.

In addition, the soldier who was moderately wounded yesterday in the shooting attack at the checkpoint outside of Beit El, underwent surgery yesterday and is now conscious and in stable condition.

We wish a complete and speedy recovery to all of the victims of terror attacks.

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