The latest shipment is part of an ongoing effort to deploy a total of 300 of the advanced kits made by American company Quidel throughout the country.
The new regulations exclude for the first time CBD-based products from the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance from 1973.
"There's no civilian alternative, not in Israel and not anywhere else in the world," Kisch said and added that "using this tool will save human lives and prevent economic damage."
Culture Minister Miri Regev decided last week that she was not taking steps to renew the Books and Authors Law, which regulated the industry and went into effect in 2014.
The 1981 Golan Heights Law, passed when Menachem Begin was prime minister, states that "the law, jurisdiction and administration of the State [of Israel] will take effect in the Golan Heights."
Likud MK Yoav Kisch's motion comes in response to rising tensions between Israel and Turkey.
Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan lashed out against Haaretz over a recent "antisemitic" headline.
The legislation would change the current situation in which Israeli laws do not automatically extend to the West Bank.
“The time has come to make practical moves.”