Howdy! In today’s BHGH Travel News we are happy to report that Israel recently announced it will be allowing tourist to enter the country once again.
Here are the details according to the Tourist Israel website:
As of November 1, 2021, individual tourists will be allowed to enter Israel as long as they meet one of the following conditions:
Fully vaccinated (within 6 months of the second shot or after a 3rd shot) with Pfizer vaccine (latest vaccine should be given at least 7 days before arrival and within 180 days of leaving Israel)
Or be Fully vaccinated (two shots) of the Moderna, Astra Zeneca, Sinovak and Sinopharm vaccine (latest vaccine should be given at least 14 days before arrival and within 180 days of leaving Israel).
Or be Fully vaccinated (one shot) of the Jansen vaccine (latest vaccine should be given at least 14 days before arrival and within 180 days of leaving Israel).
Or be Recovered from covid and present of a results from a positive result in a NAAT test (molecular test such as PCR), at least 11 days before entering the country and within 180 days of leaving Israel.
Or be Recovered from Covid (and can present a positive test result) and have received at least 1 dose of a WHO approved vaccine will be able to enter. The positive covid result must be at least 11 days before arrival and within 180 days of leaving Israel.
Tourists who do not have a valid vaccine (beyond six months or without a third vaccine), will be able to enter Israel in groups of 5+ from a later date under the covid groups program (families, friends, etc). Beyond the PCR tests on landing and up to 72 hours before return, rapid antigen tests will be required athttps://www.bookheregivehere.com/bhghtravelcommunity/travelnewstuesday-important-updates-to-costa-rica-entry-requirements the entrance to tourism sites if the previous PCR test was taken more than 72 hours earlier.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about your upcoming trip to Israel with Book Here, Give Here, please reach out to your Travel Gurus.