Palestinian Authority ends West Bank coronavirus lockdown
Shops and businesses will operate as normal from Tuesday, while government employees will return to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday on Wednesday, Shtayyeh told a press conference.
Mosques, churches and public parks will also reopen, though with social distancing measures. Public transport will resume.
Cafes and restaurants would be reopened but subject to restrictions to be announced in the coming days, he added.
"The easing in the measures and gradual return to normal life is being taken with caution," Shtayyeh said, warning that an increase in cases could lead to restrictions being reinstated.
There have been more than 400 cases in the occupied West Bank and Gaza, with three deaths.
In Gaza, which is controlled by a rival Hamas-led government, the easing of measures began several weeks ago.