“Under new regulations, only tourists who have been vaccinated during the 180 days before they boarded the plane will be allowed to enter Israel”

TIMES OF ISRAEL
Israel to allow vaccinated or recovered tourists to enter starting November 1
by Staff
October 21, 2021

Ministers on Thursday opened Israel’s borders, starting November 1, to tourists who are vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recovered from the disease, the Prime Minister’s Office said. However, only tourists from countries that aren’t defined as “red” due to high infection rates will be allowed in. Additionally, reports said tourists won’t be allowed in from countries that are seeing an outbreak of the new AY4.2 variant, which has been causing concern. The vast majority of tourists have effectively been banned from entering Israel since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March of last year. The reopening of borders has been delayed numerous times throughout the year, as COVID infections waxed and waned. READ MORE

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