The UN’s humanitarian organization, OCHA, has announced that 33 trucks carrying water, food, and medical supplies entered Gaza on Sunday through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt.
“This is the largest delivery of humanitarian aid since 21 October, when limited deliveries resumed,” OCHA said early on Monday.
No fuel deliveries, however, have been made despite pleas from hospitals, which have been mostly operating on power generators after electricity to the territory was cut down by the Israeli regime.
To date, 117 trucks have entered Gaza through the crossing since limited deliveries resumed to the crowded Palestinian territory of more than 2.3 million people, according to Al Jazeera.
Before the siege, some 500 trucks carrying aid and other goods entered Gaza every day.