Since the conflict erupted on October 7, more than 1.7 million people in Gaza are estimated to be internally displaced, including almost 900,000 who are staying in at least 154 UNRWA shelters.
In Israel, authorities said that more than 1,200 people have died, which include Israeli and foreign nationals.
Till date, the names of 1,162 fatalities in Israel have been released, including 859 civilians and police officers.
Of those whose ages have been provided, 33 are children.
Meanwhile, 237 people are held captive in Gaza, including Israelis and foreign nationals.
So far, four civilian hostages have been released by Hamas, one Israeli soldier was rescued by Israeli forces, and three bodies of hostages have reportedly been retrieved by Israeli forces.
In the West Bank, the death toll has reached 212.