As of Thursday morning, there are 16,346 confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel with 64 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours mostly inside ultra-Orthodox areas.
There have been no deaths reported overnight leaving the total number of fatalities from COVID-19 on 239.
Of the latest figures, 83 people are in serious condition down from 86, with 69 patients needing ventilator support, unchanged from the figures released on Wednesday evening.
The Health Ministry said there are 5,370 people currently infected with the pathogen, while 10,737 patients have recovered from the disease.
Over the past 24 hours, medical officials conducted 7,471 coronavirus tests.
Jerusalem still holds the dubious honor of the country's largest virus hotspot with 3,610 confirmed cases so far, followed by the ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak with 2,877.
There are 245 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 while 5,125 people who are presenting with mild symptoms are being cared for at home or in dedicated coronavirus hotels.
Israel has reopened outdoor market and malls to the public under strict health guidelines.