Israelis have been largely obeying emergency regulations imposed for Passover as part of efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The roads were mostly empty of cars Thursday, while very few people could be seen on the streets.
Those who did venture out were walking their dogs or taking some air within the 100-meter range allowed by regulations.
Meanwhile, police on Thursday continue extensive enforcement operations throughout the country.
In Tel Aviv, police found a man violating his home isolation to take a walk on the seafront boardwalk. He was fined and given a police escort back to his home.
At 7am, the curfew that took effect at 3pm Wednesday came to an end, allowing Israelis to again shop for essential products within their immediate vicinity if possible.
Moving between cities is still prohibited, and public transportation will only resume on Sunday morning.
The Health Ministry said Thursday morning that the death toll from the coronavirus in Israel has risen to 79.
There has been a rise of 351 in confirmed cases, bringing the number of people infected with the virus to 9,755. Of that number, 165 people are in serious condition and 119 people are on ventilators.