Palestinian rights groups expressed deep concern over Abu Hawash’s life, especially since only 12 days have passed since he stopped his 141-hunger strike.
The rights sources also accused the hospital administration of failing to provide adequate care for his health situation.
Abu Hawash was transferred to a specialised care unit after he was infected with Corona, as he was moved to another room along with other patients despite his difficult health condition.
Abu Hawash, a father of five, has been detained since October 2020, where he received three administrative detention orders against him since his arrest, one of which was issued during his hunger strike and for 6 months, reduced later to four months.
He is a former prisoner who spent a total of eight years behind Israeli bars.
He recently ended a months-long hunger strike after reaching a deal with Israeli authorities ending his administrative detention, according to which he was held without charge or trial for an indefinite period of time.
A surge in COVID-19 Cases Among Prisoners
This came as new cases of the COVID-19 have been identified among Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.
Last week, 25 Palestinian prisoners, held in the Israeli Negev prison, and six other prisoners in Ofer prison, have tested positive for COVID-19.
Seven other female prisoners have tested positive for the virus as well, amid concerns over their lives.
The total number of infections among Palestinian inmates has risen to 410 since April 2021.
The Israeli occupation authorities detain about 4,650 Palestinians, including 34 women, 160 minors, and 500 administrative detainees.