Government approved new set of restrictions * Another Israeli succumbs to COVID-19 * Despite suspicion, Netanyahu tests negative for coronavirus
The kingdom has taken drastic steps to contain the disease, halting international flights, closing most public places and imposing a partial curfew.
Medical personnel are concerned that Israel could soon look like Italy or Spain.
Two shipments departed from Shanghai, China and arrived in Tel Aviv earlier this week.
With 115 confirmed coronavirus cases, Palestinian health officials express optimism
The Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, the Ichilov Hospital, and the Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa will each receive NIS 3m and the Israel NGO Latet will receive NIS 1m.
Bishop Milutin Knezevic, 71, and two other priests from the Valjevo diocese tested positive for coronavirus last week.
Trade negotiations have ground to a halt due to the pandemic, with both UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his health minister testing positive for COVID-19.
The announcement was part of a $1 billion deal made with the US government to create the manufacturing capacity for 1 billion vaccine doses.
The hospital provides medical treatment for dozens of patients daily.