Israel lifting final Covid entry rules

Thursday, 18 May, 2022 0

Travellers to Israel will no longer have to take an airport PCR test upon arrival Israel from May 21. A pre-travel negative test result is also not required. It applies to all land and sea crossings.

Travellers must still fill out a health declaration form within 48 hours of flying.

Currently, arrivals at Ben Gurion Airport must take a test and isolate for 24 hours until they get the test results. The latest change sees the removal of all Covid-19 entry requirements.


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