Israel’s Tourism Ministry launches new website for keeping tourists updated with the latest COVID-19 guidelines

 Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Israel’s Tourism Ministry launched a new website on Sunday forkeeping tourists updated with the latest COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions brought on by the Israeli government.

On Friday, Israel removed every country from its ‘red’ list, reopening the skies and allowing Israelis to travel anywhere in the world. After two days, restrictions on foreign nationals from non-red countries were also removed, which means that tourists are now able to enter Israel without requiring special permission, if they are fully vaccinated.

After the reopening of Israel’s skies, the Tourism Ministry launched a regularly-updated landing page, incorporating all necessary and useful information for tourists visiting Israel with the Omicron wave widespreadin the country.

The first section, titled “Planning Your Trip,” has information on the Health Ministry’s latest definition of vaccinated and recovered from COVID-19, along with a list of approved coronavirus vaccines and required documentation for entering Israel. The second, “During Your Stay,” highlights the location of COVID-19 testing centers across Israel and what tourists need to do if they need to get tested during a visit to Israel.

The third and final section, “Before You Leave Us,” displays information regarding coronavirus testing and documentation required to board a return flight at Ben-Gurion Airport.

The new COVID-19 in Israel guide is currently only available in English, and will soon be translated and available in other languages.


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