The Israeli government announced that as of May 21, they will be able to enter the country without any restriction by Covid-19travelers from all over the world whether or not they are vaccinated.
As of May 20, travelers arriving in Israel will no longer need to take a PCR test, the Health Ministry announced.
Through a statement, the Israeli Ministry of Health indicated that travelers will no longer have to take a PCR test upon arrival in the country, however they will still have to take a PCR or antigen test before traveling.
The PCR test must be carried out within 72 hours prior to the trip, and the antigen test 24 hours before the flight.
Travelers will also need to fill out an entry form, which they can find here.
In addition, the use of face masks in both closed and open places was also recently eliminated.
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