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How are the infants taken out of Al-Shifa hospital doing?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has provided new information about the babies who were moved from Gaza’s Al-Shifa hospital during the weekend.

Israeli soldiers entered the hospital where 33 premature babies were being taken care of.

WHO spokesperson Christian Lindmeier told reporters in Geneva that two babies died before they were moved to safety on Sunday.

He says it was because they didn’t have enough care.

The WHO said that the babies were all very sick and still need medical care.

31 people were moved from Al-Shifa hospital, and 28 of them were then brought to Egypt. Unicef said that 20 of these children were alone and had no one to take care of them.

James Elder, a person speaking for the group, said that many parents couldn’t go to Egypt with their kids, and some kids didn’t have any parents.

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