The World Health Organization says women are the hardest hit by the virus, with nearly half of the cases in Africa and the Middle East.

They include three out of four women in the United States, and more than half in Europe.

Israel’s Channel 2 TV aired a documentary on Friday, in which a nurse described how a young woman with the virus was brought into the hospital to be treated.

The nurse, who was in her 20s, was among the first to report the girl to the Israeli military, which evacuated her to Israel for observation and care.

The Israeli army evacuated a 19-year-old woman from a hospital in Gaza last month.

She was one of the first patients evacuated from a West Bank hospital after the Gaza conflict began, and the army later said she had tested positive for Ebola.

The Gaza nurse was among those evacuated from the hospital after Israeli troops began evacuating Gaza on March 12.

In a statement on Saturday, the WHO said the WHO was in contact with several women who were being treated in Israel and Gaza, and that more cases had been reported from Israel since the outbreak started.

The World Health Organisation said in a statement that “the number of confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease in Israel was 1,926 in the period from January to May, compared with 3,841 cases in the same period last year.”

Israel, which has seen a sharp rise in cases, said on Friday it had closed more than 1,100 schools and hospitals, and had imposed travel restrictions.

Palestinian health officials on Friday said two women with Ebola had died, bringing the death toll to four in Gaza.

A spokesman for the Gaza health ministry said the two women were among a group of 20 people who were brought to the hospital in Rafah on Friday after being brought to a hospital for observation.

Meanwhile, in the Israeli West Bank city of Nablus, dozens of people were still hospitalized on Saturday after they contracted the virus at the local soccer stadium, where Israeli players were playing, local media reported.

“It’s a horrible situation.

It’s the most terrifying,” said one of those affected.

Kamil Shabir, the president of the Palestinian Sports Federation, said many Palestinians were playing soccer at the time.

The athletes were playing in a match on the second day of the tournament.

“People are in shock,” he said.

An Israeli official told The Associated Press that the team is being suspended from the tournament while it waits for testing results.

Shabir said the stadium has reopened, but the Israeli Football Association said the team will not play again until the situation is resolved.

The Israel Football Association says its team is suspended while the team investigates.

Israeli officials say it is too soon to say whether the virus can be transmitted through the stadium.

The Israeli Health Ministry said it is “monitoring” the situation.

WHO says a total of 4,086 people are infected with Ebola in West Africa and 3,732 in the Middle Eastern countries of Nigeria, Senegal, Mali and Senegal.

Ebola has killed more than 9,000 people and infected more than 11,400 since it was first discovered in 1976.