The Dead Sea is a salt lake bordered by Israel and Jordan. Considered the lowest point in the world, it lies 429 meters below sea level. The waters high salt concentration gives the lake its name and great buoyancy for swimmers. The mud found at the shore is packed with minerals, making it a mecca for believers in its curative powers.
After the partial relaxation of restrictions, so many people stood in line for hours to get into stores that were open for business.
In addition, on Sunday morning, three people were caught trying to enter the city of Eilat using fake negative test results, which they had forged themselves.
The coronavirus cabinet had approved Eilat and the Dead Sea area as green zones effective from November 18.
Santa Claus rode a paddle board to a spot in the Dead Sea a short way from the shore and planted his Christmas tree there.
Lack of testing sites makes islands for tourists a mirage.
Many hotels and tourist attractions were built on these ponds' shores and utilize their production of salt for the local tourism industry.
Entry into the green tourist areas, which house around 30% of the country's hotel rooms, will be conditional on the presentation of an up-to-date negative coronavirus test.
The neighborhood will be spread over an area of approximately 10 hectares, and will be in close proximity to the region's salt ponds.
The exhibition offers a variety of photographs depicting the dead sea from various and unusual perspectives, revealing, according to the organizers, some of its vivacious aspects.
Videos which circulated on social media show several men shouting and throwing both fists and plastic chairs at one another as the lifeguard attempts to separate them.