Israelis keep up protests against Netanyahu
They usually take place on Saturdays after Shabbat and despite concerns over crowds gathering as the country faces a spike in virus cases.
Ya'ara Peretz braved a heatwave in Jerusalem to rally, saying that the protest movement reflects that many Israelis are fed up with Netanyahu.
"Protesters share a common point, they want a deep change in the (political) system," she said.
Israel won praise for its initial response to the Covid-19 outbreak, but the government has come under criticism amid a resurgence in cases after restrictions were lifted starting in late April.
Netanyahu has himself acknowledged that the economy was re-opened too quickly.
On Thursday, Israel announced a new lockdown affecting 30 areas as it grapples with one of the world's highest detected per capita infection rates and a death toll nearing 1,000.