More than 1,000 Palestinians in Gaza have bone infections after being shot by Israeli forces | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

More than 1,000 Palestinians in Gaza have bone infections after being shot by Israeli forces

More than 7,400 Palestinians have been injured by live ammunition during protests in Gaza. About half of those suffering from open fractures, in which the bone is broken near the wound. More than 1,000 of them have developed bone infections; these serious and complex wounds require months – if not years – of dressing, surgery, and physiotherapy. Infections prevent recovery and many of them are resistant to antibiotics. To prevent the spread of resistant bacteria, those with resistant infections have to be isolated in a single room for six weeks.

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