Under those propositions, fitness centers, auditorium and sport events will be opened in mid-February if more than 90 percent of over-50s have been fully vaccinated.
In early March, cafes, dining establishments and hotels will be reopened if a minimum of four million Israelis have actually received their 2nd dose of the vaccine, amongst other criteria.
Despite the success of vaccines, the infection rate in Israel remains high, which has been blamed on new versions from the UK and South Africa.
It came as an Israeli healthcare provider launched a new study which discovered that just 500 of half a million fully immunized Israelis had actually subsequently captured coronavirus.
“This data unequivocally shows that the vaccine is really effective and we have no doubt that it has actually saved the lives of numerous Israelis,” said Dr Miri Mizrahi Reuveni, an official at Maccabi, which performed the research study.