In particular, it is no longer necessary to present "green passports" visiting a number of institutions.
Restrictions on crowding indoors and outdoors, including businesses, attractions, banquet halls, workplaces, public transportation and more, have been lifted.
There is also no need to conduct rapid tests before entering various events.
Immunized and unvaccinated will be able to stay together in catering establishments.
According to the Ministry of Education, it remains mandatory to wear protective masks in classrooms, lecture halls, in any other indoor premises of educational institutions, as well as in public vehicles for students, Newsru.co.il reports.
In addition, citizens traveling to Israel must take a coronavirus test 72 hours before entering the country and another test immediately upon arrival.
Those flying abroad will also have to take a paid Covid-19 test worth about 100 shekels.
As it was reported earlier, Israel has banned entrance to the country for the citizens of a number of countries, including Ukraine due to the spread of the coronavirus infection, as well as canceled earlier issued permissions for entrance.
In March 2021, PM Benjamin Netanyahu stated that Israel became the first country that overcame the coronavirus. The country succeeded to emerge from the pandemic thanks to the quick and efficient vaccination.