Five people have succumbed to complications of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, the Health Ministry said Monday evening, bringing Israel's number of coronavirus-related fatalities to 177.
The ministry also said that there had been a small increase in the number of coronavirus patients receiving respiratory assistance.
There are currently 119 patients in need of ventilator support, an increase of six in the past 24 hours.
Another 222 patients have tested positive for the pathogen since Sunday evening, bring the total number of people to have been infected with the virus to 13,713.
There are also 149 people in serious condition, 129 patients in moderate condition and 9,209 with mild symptoms.
The number of Israelis who have recovered from coronavirus passed 4,000 on Monday and currently stands at 4,049. The number of recoveries has now exceeded the number of new diagnoses for the fifth day in a row.
There are currently 537 coronavirus patients receiving treatment in hospitals while 6,852 people are fighting the virus at home.
Another 2,166 people are currently receiving treatment in specially designated hotels and 202 are awaiting a decision on whether they will be treated.
Israel on Sunday began to slowly lift the tight restrictions on some businesses and shops, conditional on them maintaining social distancing and other regulations.
Announcing the step, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night warned that it would be reversed should there be an increase in infection rates over the next two weeks.
Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit is expected to approve more invasive civilian surveillance measures that would facilitate more accurate mapping of infection hotspots and quicker and more efficient epidemiological reports.