Israeli airstrikes have damaged at least 29,000 buildings in the Gaza Strip since Oct. 7, the Government Media Office in the blockaded enclave said Thursday.
Around 190,000 homes have been partially damaged in the attacks so far, while at least 2,000 people are still trapped under the debris, it said in a statement.
Due to the Israeli attacks, 79 government buildings, 38 mosques, three churches and 189 schools were bombed. In addition, 25 of the schools were put out of service.
Over 1.5 million people left their homes and took shelter in centers, hospitals and public facilities, it added.
Israel has launched relentless airstrikes on the Gaza Strip following a cross-border attack by the Palestinian group Hamas into Israeli territory on Oct. 7.
Nearly 8,500 people have been killed in the conflict, including at least 7,028 Palestinians and 1,400 Israelis
Gaza's 2.3 million residents have been running out of food, water, medicine and fuel, and aid convoys allowed into Gaza have carried only a fraction of what is needed.