Coronavirus: What are the new restrictions in Israel?

Below are the newly-eased restrictions and guidelines for the Israeli public amid the coronavirus pandemic, which were approved by the government.

Border Police go about coronavirus inspections in Mea Shearim, a haredi neighborhood in Jerusalem. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Border Police go about coronavirus inspections in Mea Shearim, a haredi neighborhood in Jerusalem.
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Opening up the economy - exit strategy directives:
>Increase office workers from 15% to 30% (hi-tech, industry can return to work as long as they maintain Health Ministry guidelines)
>Partial opening of stores (housewares, home maintenance, electrical and office supplies, bookstores, phone and computer stores, optical wear)
>Special education - up to three children together per group
>Joint childcare - up to three families, one caregiver
>Prayer - up to 19 people in an open space, two meters apart (this represents an update from what was presented by the prime minister on Saturday night)
>Circumcision ceremonies and weddings - up to 10 people in an open space, two meters apart 
>Men can go to the mikvah - up to three people on premise at a time
>Sports activities - up to 500 meters from home, two people (must be same two each time)
>Increased public transportation
Stores and services that will remain closed: beauty parlors, salons, clothing, shoe and toy stores, malls

Health Ministry
restrictions still in place:
>Wear a mask in public spaces (subject to fine of NIS 200 on second offense)
>Maintain two meters between people
>Wash hands multiple times per day
>Only venture 100 meters from home except for participating in an approved activity (work, medical care, protest or legal procedures, sport, welfare activity, prayer, help someone in need, approved education, transfer a child to the care of an ex-spouse)