OUR TEAM WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP YOU UPDATED WITH INFORMATION REGARDING COVID-19 AND ISRAEL TRAVELS
YOUR TRIP TO ISRAEL + COVID-19
As of June 8, 2021, tourists must be fully vaccinated in order to enter Israel. No provision has yet been made for individuals who have had COVID and recovered, whether they have received a booster shot or not.
However, logic dictates that in the future, allowances will be made for entry to tourists who have recovered from COVID, there is no way to exclude them indefinitely. The trial period we are in lasts until mid-June and we are hopeful that July is the month where we will see a wider and far less restricted reopening of tourism.
YOUR FLIGHT TO ISRAEL + COVID-19
If you are fully vaccinated, it is recommended to take a serology exam before you fly to ensure that you do have antibodies and at the acceptable level. If you have recovered from COVID, we ask that you remain patient for further updates in July.
As of June 8, 2021, the following is required:
Negative PCR COVID test within 72 hours prior to your flight to Israel
Negative PCR test immediately upon landing in Israel
Serological exam as soon as possible after arrival
Note: The second PCR must result negative for COVID, and the serological exam must result positive for antibodies.