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Humanitarian corridor reopens in Gaza, according to Israel

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said a humanitarian corridor for residents of northern Gaza was opened again on Monday.

It is unclear how far the announcement has reached Gazans, as there is little internet connection or cell phone service.

Reports from inside Gaza indicate that some civilians are afraid to leave places such as hospitals where they have taken shelter, while others are reluctant to leave their homes.

Israel Defense Forces Arab spokeswoman Avichay Adraee said in a post on direction of the area south of Wadi Gaza.”

Salah El-Din is one of the main routes into Gaza.

“For your safety, join the hundreds of thousands of residents who have moved south in recent days,” Adraee said.

It’s unclear how many residents have moved south in recent days. Last week, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said 50,000 were on the move in a single day.

The IDF post said military activity would be suspended for a period of six hours until 4pm local time in Rafah.

Source: CNN Brasil

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