|That looks pretty dangerous...|
I'll assume a killing radius of 10 m and Iron Dome reliability of 90% and average of 5 missiles per strike. The area of Tel Aviv is 52 km^2. This gives a death risk of about 1 in 330 thousand for each strike. For reference, the risk that I will be killed by a lightning strike in my lifetime is around 1 in 136 thousand, according to the National Safety Council.
This is assuming that I stand out in the street like an idiot. Sleeping in my bed, the death risk plummets to negligibility. Frankly, I'm not worried.