Thousands of Israelis protested Tuesday in front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem, demanding his resignation as the government comes under fire over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Netanyahu has faced widespread criticism and protests in recent days over his government's handling of the pandemic and the economic fallout from an earlier lockdown.
Among general restrictions, gyms and exercise studious, except those for professional athletes, will be closed starting at 5 p.m.
The sources told Xinhua news agency that Israeli soldiers on Friday fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters to disperse dozens of Palestinian protesters on the outskirts of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Restaurants were initially ordered to halt seated dining by Friday evening, but the government later backtracked after an uproar from owners.
Israel has reimposed some lockdown measures following a vigorous second surge in the number of coronavirus infections, putting in place stringent weekend shutdowns in which shops, hairdressers and attractions will be closed.
People will be allowed to go out but gatherings of over 10 people will be prohibited.
It said that from 5:00pm local time (1400 GMT) on Friday until 5:00am every Sunday, malls, stores and other venues will be closed - a measure that will apply every weekend until further notice.
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By late May, Israel had largely contained its outbreak following a two-month lockdown.
A country of some 9 million people, Israel has registered more than 41,200 coronavirus cases with 368 deaths.
The demonstrators demanded Netanyahu step down over his response to the coronavirus crisis and allegations of corruption against him. Another, held by a woman with a red mask, read: "Dictatorship".
The National Commission to Resist the Wall and Settlements organises weekly protests and demonstrations against the Israeli confiscation of lands in the West Bank. - Netanyahu, 70, was indicted in January for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three cases.
Netanyahu's' trial, which began in May, is set to resume on Sunday. He denies all the charges and accuses the media and legal officials of a witch hunt.
Elsewhere in the Middle East, coronavirus cases are also rising again in Iran, which has seen the worst outbreak in the region, with almost 270,000 confirmed cases and at least 13,791 deaths.