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Sharif Al-zaharna, 33, rests at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021, where he is receiving treatment for wounds caused by a May 10 Israeli strike that hit a nearby his family house in town of Jabaliya. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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The mother of Yazan Al-zaharna, 9, comforts him as he rests at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021, where he is receiving treatment for wounds caused by a May 10 Israeli strike that hit a nearby his family house in town of Jabaliya. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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Ghassan Al-masri, 22, rests at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021, where he is receiving treatment for wounds caused by a May 10 Israeli strike that hit a nearby his family house in town of Beit Hanoun. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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Ihsan Al-Masri, 24, left, rests at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, May 13, 2021, as her son plays on a mobile phone on the bed next to her. Ihsan is receiving treatment for wounds caused by a May 10 Israeli strike that hit a nearby her family house in town of Beit Hanoun. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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Mohammad Nassar, 31, rests at the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021, where he is receiving treatment for wounds caused by a May 12 Israeli strike that hit while he was driving a motorcycle. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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A Palestinian medic gives treatment to a wounded girl in the ICU of the Shifa hospital, Thursday, May 13, 2021, in Gaza City. She was injured by a May 12 Israeli strike that hit her family house. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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Palestinian doctors and medics walk inside the emergency room of the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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Palestinian patients receive medical care at the Intensive Care Unit in the Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health care system was struggling with a runaway surge of coronavirus cases. Now doctors across the crowded coastal enclave are trying to keep up with a very different crisis: blast and shrapnel wounds, cuts and amputations. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)