Lists of Countries by Color

Each country is on a red, orange, or yellow list. Search by country name or color to know what COVID-19 rules you must follow

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Travel to a country on the orange (at risk) list is allowed but not recommended, due to local infection rate.
Unvaccinated or non-infected travelers (people who never contracted COVID-19) coming to Israel from a country on the orange list must complete the full isolation length (there is an option to shorten isolation length) .
Vaccinated or recovered people coming to Israel from a country on the orange list must go into 24-hour isolation or isolate until they receive negative PCR test results, which must be taken at the Israeli international airport, whichever is earlier.
Non-Israeli citizens are allowed to enter Israel, provided they comply with all requirements.

Issued: 07.01.2022

Rules by Color

The lists are updated and revised with infection rates. The Ministry of Health releases health travel notices. Check the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website for other travel notices and restrictions

Red | Highest Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the red list

Travel to a country on the the red (highest-risk) list is banned for Israeli citizens and permanent residents, unless they have permission from the Exceptions Committee.

Entering Israel from a country on the red list

Those who stayed in a country on the red list in the last 14 days, even vaccinated and recovered individuals, will be required to complete the full isolation period. Travelers will be allowed to stay in home isolation on the condition that they agree for technological surveillance (consent to tracking). Travelers who will refuse to give their consent to technological surveillance will stay in a managed isolation facility.

Non-Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter Israel, unless they have permission from the Exceptions Committee.

Orange | At Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the orange list

Travel to a country on the orange (at-risk) list is permitted. However, the Ministry of Health advises against traveling to such a country, due to high local infection rates.

Entering Israel from a country on the orange list

Travelers arriving in Israel from a country on the orange list who are neither vaccinated nor recovered will be required to complete the full isolation period.

Travelers who are vaccinated or recovered will be required to stay in home isolation for 24 hours or until they receive a negative result on a PCR test taken at the airport in Israel, whichever is earlier.

Non-Israeli citizens are allowed to enter Israel, provided they comply with all requirements.

Yellow | Low Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the yellow list

Travel to a country on the yellow (low risk) list is permitted.

Entering Israel from a country on the yellow list

Travelers arriving in Israel from a country on the yellow list who are neither vaccinated nor recovered will be required to complete the full isolation period.

Travelers who are vaccinated or recovered will be required to stay in home isolation for 24 hours or until they receive a negative result on a PCR test taken at the airport in Israel, whichever is earlier.

Non-Israeli citizens are allowed to enter Israel, provided they comply with all requirements.

Red | Highest Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the red list

Travel to a country on the the red (highest-risk) list is banned for Israeli citizens and permanent residents, unless they have permission from the Exceptions Committee.

Entering Israel from a country on the red list

Those who stayed in a country on the red list in the last 14 days, even vaccinated and recovered individuals, will be required to complete the full isolation period. Travelers will be allowed to stay in home isolation on the condition that they agree for technological surveillance (consent to tracking). Travelers who will refuse to give their consent to technological surveillance will stay in a managed isolation facility.

Non-Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter Israel, unless they have permission from the Exceptions Committee.

Orange | At Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the orange list

Travel to a country on the orange (at-risk) list is permitted. However, the Ministry of Health advises against traveling to such a country, due to high local infection rates.

Entering Israel from a country on the orange list

Travelers arriving in Israel from a country on the orange list who are neither vaccinated nor recovered will be required to complete the full isolation period.

Travelers who are vaccinated or recovered will be required to stay in home isolation for 24 hours or until they receive a negative result on a PCR test taken at the airport in Israel, whichever is earlier.

Non-Israeli citizens are allowed to enter Israel, provided they comply with all requirements.

Yellow | Low Risk

Leaving Israel to a country on the yellow list

Travel to a country on the yellow (low risk) list is permitted.

Entering Israel from a country on the yellow list

Travelers arriving in Israel from a country on the yellow list who are neither vaccinated nor recovered will be required to complete the full isolation period.

Travelers who are vaccinated or recovered will be required to stay in home isolation for 24 hours or until they receive a negative result on a PCR test taken at the airport in Israel, whichever is earlier.

Non-Israeli citizens are allowed to enter Israel, provided they comply with all requirements.