The Jewish newspaper Yediot Ahronot reported on Sunday evening that residents of the Negev were asked to remain in the fortified areas until further notice.
Jewish media reported that sirens sounded in Beersheba and the Negev just minutes before the ceasefire went into effect.
Earlier, the Palestinian resistance fired a new missile at Israel before the truce went into effect.
The Al-Quds Brigades said they fired several rockets at Ashkelon, Sderot, Netivot, Kissufim and the Raim military facility as part of Operation Unity in the Square.
Palestinian media reported that the resistance fired several rockets from Gaza into the occupied territories, noting that sirens were sounding in Netivot and the Negev.
For their part, the Jewish media indicated that the missiles were aimed at Nir Oz, Nirim, Magen, Kafr Maimon, Altushia, Nahal Oz and Tariq.
It is worth noting that the Islamic Jihad movement declared its welcome for Egypt’s efforts and a statement confirming its adherence to the ceasefire as of 23:30 Sunday, with an emphasis on “the right to respond to any Zionist aggression.” “
For its part, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s office said the ceasefire will take effect tonight at 11:30 p.m., expressing gratitude to Egypt for its efforts that led to this result.