Following the current surge of COVID-19, guidance for international travelers changes with global and domestic infection rates
Entry to IsraelIsraeli citizens may be granted entry to Israel even if unvaccinated or non-infected.
Leaving IsraelIsraeli citizens and residents are banned from leaving Israel to a country on the red list
Isolation for Non-Israeli Confirmed COVID-19 CasesWhat cases must go into isolation and for how long? Information on isolation upon arrival in Israel
Entry to Israel
- It is no longer required to fill out the Israel Entry Form.
- Anyone (of any age) who feels sick within 10 days after arriving in Israel is requested to take a PCR test. PCR tests, as opposed to antigen tests, can detect newly imported variants to Israel.
Who can take the test?
Those who present one of the following documents: a flight ticket, cruise ticket, or confirmation of payment of land travel fee in the last 20 days.
Those aged 30 and above can take a PCR test without presenting one of these documents.
Where can you get tested?
The test can be taken free of charge at a designated testing center or HMO clinic.
Map of COVID-19 testing centers >
Before entering Israel
- If you are positive for COVID-19 and have not yet recovered in accordance with the Israeli protocol and the protocol of your origin country – do not board a plane or a ship to Israel.
- Currently there is no need to fill out the Israel Entry Form, and there is no need to present a recovery or vaccination certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result in order to enter Israel. However, these are the standards set by the Israeli Ministry of Health,
you should also check the instructions of the relevant airline or cruise line.
- Non-Israeli citizens must comply with Israel's general entry policy of the Population and
For instructions please see the Population and Immigration Authority website >
- For details about the health insurance required to enter Israel, please see the Population and Immigration Authority website.
- Non-Israeli citizens that test positive for COVID-19 during their stay in Israel, must comply with the isolation guidance for non-Israelis.
Information on isolation for confirmed non-Israeli cases >
Please note: non-Israeli citizens who test positive for COVID-19 and refuse to go into isolation, or breach isolation guidelines may be denied entry to Israel for a certain time period, which will be set by the Population and Immigration Authority.
Currently, isolation upon entry to Israel is not mandated.