The Gaza Ministry of Health, which operates under Hamas, reported that since the conflict began on October 7, 31,341 people have been killed in the Gaza Strip, with 73,134 sustaining injuries of varying severity.

According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, 69 people were killed and 110 were injured in the Gaza fighting in the last 24 hours.

However, this information remains unverified.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has consistently stressed its inability to confirm or refute the accuracy of the casualty figures provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health.

Nevertheless, in January, The Lancet published an analysis suggesting that the Gaza Ministry of Health's data may closely approximate reality.

Based on reports from the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), numerous militants from terrorist organizations are being eliminated daily in Gaza.

The IDF claims that since the conflict's onset, at least 13,000 militants and their leaders have been killed in Gaza. Hamas acknowledges the deaths of around 6,000 of its fighters.