Leaving by AirIsraeli citizens and residents are banned from leaving Israel to a country on the red list
Leaving by Land & SeaAll travel to a country on the red list by Israeli citizens and residents is banned
Testing Travelers Leaving IsraelTo leave Israel you need to make an appointment for a PCR test in one of the hospitals approved for private COVID testing, or any other approved facility.
Permission to Travel to a Country on the Red ListTraveling from Israel to a country on the red list is banned for Israeli citizens and permanent residents of Israel.
Entry of Israeli Citizens by AirIsraeli citizens may be granted entry to Israel even if unvaccinated or non-recovered.
Entry of Non-Israeli Citizens by AirAll the information on entry to Israel of non-Israeli citizens
Entry by Land & SeaIsraeli citizens may be granted entry to Israel even if unvaccinated or non-infected.
Mandatory IsolationWhat cases must isolation and for how long? Information on isolation upon arrival in Israel
Recognition of Israeli COVID Certificates by Other CountriesThe countries that permit entry and access to facilities that must comply with local green pass requirements on the basis of an Israeli COVID certificate, and subject to local policies
Recognition of Non-Israeli COVID Certificates by IsraelThe countries that issue verifiable digital vaccination and recovery certificates, and holders can request a green pass in Israel
Testing Travelers Leaving Israel
Where can you get tested before leaving Israel?
You can make an appointment for a PCR test for international travel in one of the approved hospitals that provide private COVID-19 testing or in any other approved facility that provides pre-flight testing.
What should you pay close attention to in the result document?
The laboratory will provide you with the PCR test result in English. You must make sure that the certificate includes:
- your full name in English identical to the name printed in your passport
- your passport number
Isolation after testing
If you tested for purposes of international travel, you are not required to go into isolation between taking a PCR test and leaving Israel, as long as you were not ordered to go into isolation for any other reason.
If your PCR test result is positive, you are required to go into isolation and to follow the guidance for confirmed patients. You will not be allowed to leave Israel until your recovery.