The 65-year-old woman stabbed by an Arab terrorist on Wednesday night outside Jerusalem's Central Bus Station was released from Shaare Zedek Medical Center on Thursday morning.
Initial reports said the woman was moderately-to-seriously injured in the attack, but imaging tests at the Jerusalem hospital revealed that her injury was not wide and therefore not as serious as first thought.
She remained in the hospital overnight for observation and was released on Thursday morning, Shaare Zedek announced in a statement.
Shaare Zedek Medical Center noted that six people injured in recent attacks in the capital remain hospitalized there.
Two of the injured are in serious condition and are being treated in the hospital's intensive care unit. One of the two serious injuries remains sedated and is breathing through a respirator.