As of Thursday, at press time, there were 2,680 active cases of coronavirus, including 36 people on ventilators. Some 279 people have died.
Restaurateurs are pushing for reopening their businesses as early as next week – May 20 is their proposed date – and they enjoy the backing of Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai and the Finance Ministry.
All Delta flights to Ben-Gurion Airport were suspended on March 14.
The suit claims that, for Regev, "the ends justify all the means and for additional 'screen time' she does not shy away from knowingly disseminating 'fake news' and wild incitement."
"In the past year, we have converted Levinsky Street into a pedestrian zone and shut Sheinkin Street to traffic on Fridays, and the public has voted with their feet - in both senses of the phrase."
The digital lineup incorporates 28 artists, all Tel Aviv residents, who engage in four broadly delineated sonic genres: indie-folk-rock, electronic, jazz and experimental.
The performances will adhere strictly to Health Ministry regulations.
Train services are expected to gradually recommence on some lines on May 17 following the lifting of some coronavirus restrictions, with all stations and routes due to open on June 1.
Elements of the plan include: spaces between indoor tables will be double the legal requirement; customers must have their temperature checked upon entry and wash their hands.
Mayor Ron Huldai slammed the Health Ministry for not thinking about who will pay the cleaning expenses for the classrooms when they reopen.