Israel plans to reopen for international tourism by the summer 2021. But for now, returning nationals and residents entering the country are required to bring a negative PCR coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours prior to take-off. They can also show proof of having been vaccinated against COVID-19.
All arrivals must undergo a mandatory 10/14-day quarantine at an Israel-established quarantine center.
Starting this week, people who have received two doses of the vaccine will have access to multiple tourist and entertainment venues by presenting a “Green Pass”, displayed on a Health Ministry app linked to their medical files.
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