Israel’s coronavirus death toll rises to 95 – 10,505 infected, 191 in serious condition

The number of coronavirus infections in Israel has risen to 10,505 with 95 fatalities and 191 people in serious condition, including 132 patients on ventilators.

1,236 people have recovered from the coronavirus.

The government lifted some of the restrictions imposed for Passover on most of the country and Israeli citizens returned to the pre-Passover coronavirus directives. People are still expected to work from home and not to stray further than 100 meters from home.

The closure on Bnei Brak has been extended for five days. Residents can go out to work, receive medical care, for the funeral of a member of their close family or transfer a minor between divorced parents.

Under a new directive approved by the Health Ministry, all Israelis will have to wear face masks in public as of Sunday at 7 am. However, a police official said they will not be able to enforce this order “since there is no sanction or fine set on not enforcing the order. All a policeman can do is ask a person to wear the mask.”