The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) has said it is prepared to help the babies currently in Al Shifa hospital move to another hospital in Gaza.
IDF Spokesperson Daniel Hagari said there is no “siege” on the hospital and patients can leave safely.
“We're speaking directly and regularly with the hospital staff,” he said.
“The staff of the Al Shifa Hospital has requested that tomorrow we will help the babies in the paediatric department to get to a safer hospital.”
Hospitals in Gaza have been caught in deadly crossfires between Hamas and Israel as the war continues.
Staff and patients were forced to flee Al Shifa hospital after missile strikes on Friday night, which Israel is blaming on misfired rockets from Palestinian militants.
'Multiple deaths' in hospital
Palestinian officials have said two premature babies died after the neonatal intensive care unit stopped working due to a lack of electricity.
The IDF said it was being attacked from the hospital, but this claim has not been verified.
Doctors Without Borders (DWB) said the strikes have resulted in “multiple deaths and injuries”.
It said it was unable to contact any of its staff in Al Shifa and it is “extremely concerned about the safety of patients and the medical staff”.
One nurse texted from within the hospital: “We are being killed here, please do something.”
'Immoral and illegal'
ActionAid Ireland CEO Karol Balfe said hospitals in Gaza should not come under attack.
“It is completely immoral and illegal for hospitals to be attacked in this way,” she said.
“They’re a sanctuary for the 15,000 people who are injured and the 15,000 displaced.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday the military will continue its battle against Hamas in Gaza with "full force" despite growing calls for a ceasefire.
“There is no substitute to victory,” he said.
“We're going to eliminate Hamas and we're going to bring back our hostages.”