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
Isolation for Non Israeli Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
Who needs to isolate?
Those who received a positive COVID-19 test – a PCR or an authorized antigen test – Must go into isolation for confirmed COVID-19 cases and follow the isolation guidance for confirmed cases.
You are not required to report your isolation to the Ministry of Health.
Information and confirmation of recovery
If you receive a positive a COVID-19 test result – you can contact Kol Habriut call center at *5400 for guidance, and later to receive a recovery certificate according to the Israeli procedure.
Stay in isolation where you can follow the home isolation requirements. You can even stay in isolation in a hotel room if the guidance are followed.
For further information for Non Israeli confirmed COVID-19 cases regarding the place of isolation please contact the Tourism Ministry’s emergency call center, Tel. 050-6214239
Hotel isolation of verified non-Israelis
In addition to the guidance for residing in isolation at home, non-Israelis who have been verified for COVID-19 during their stay in Israel and who wish to remain in isolation in a hotel room should also apply the following guidance:
- Inform the hotel
Following receipt of notification of a positive COVID-19 result, the hotel management must be notified in an immediate manner and asked to continue to accommodate the guest during the isolation period, until recovery, as in the practice in Israel.
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- Conditions of isolation
Stay in a separate room alone. Several verified guests can stay in the same room.
- Leaving the room
During the isolation stay, visitors are strictly forbidden to leave the room, except when there is a medical emergency and the hotel staff is aware. All COVID-19 verified cases are not permitted to use the hotel’s common areas.
- People entering the room
People, including visitors and hotel cleaners, are prohibited from entering the room of a verified COVID-19 case.
- Food supply
Any food supplies will be placed outside of the verified person’s room, without making direct contact between the verified person and the person supplying the food or clearing the dishes at the end. Use of disposable utensils is recommended.
- Garbage disposal
In a sealed bag, the confirmed case will dispose of any garbage in the room, and collection must be arranged.
- Wearing a mask
Each time the confirmed case opens the door of the room, he must wear a mask (to insert or remove food, utensils, or trash).