The Health Ministry announced Wednesday that it will be extending the "Green Pass" for those who are either vaccinated against or who recovered from coronavirus until December 2021.
The certificate grants its holders access to certain events and venues.
A statement from the ministry said that the extension was made under the order of Health Minister Yuli Edelstein following a continued decline in morbidity and assessments that the vaccines' protection can last at least until the end of the year.
"I'm happy that the vaccine protects and allows us to get back to normal," said Health Ministry DG Prof. Chezy Levy.
However, he urged Israelis to continue with precautions such as masking indoors and social distancing, "there is still not enough information on how much protection vaccines offer against coronavirus variants."
On Tuesday, ministers voted to lift attendance limits on sports and culture events for "Green Pass" holders.
The new rules are set to come into effect on Thursday and remain in place until at least May 19.
Gatherings indoors have been increased to up to 50 people, while events outdoors can now be attended by up to 500 people.
Gyms and swimming pools will be open to everyone, regardless of whether they have a "Green Pass" or not, as long as the number of visitors is capped at one per every seven square meters of the facility's area.