A COVID certificate is used to prove vaccination or recovery while abroad, and it is also valid in the EU and other countries
What Can the COVID Certificate Be Used forThe COVID certificate is used when staying abroad to prove vaccination or recovery
Who is Eligible for a COVID CertificateAnyone who has been vaccinated with one or more vaccine dose, or who is recovered, is eligible for the certificate
How to Generate a COVID CertificateA certificate can easily be obtained through the website, and in a variety of other ways
COVID Certificate FAQFrequently asked questions about COVID certificates
What Can the COVID Certificate Be Used for
What is a COVID certificate and what is it used for?
The Israeli COVID certificate is a digital document that contains all the information about its holder's vaccination received in Israel or COVID recovery in Israel. The certificate can be verified in European Union member states and in many additional countries and territories that joined the European Union's standard.
If in the country you are traveling to there is a restriction on access to services and places for vaccinated or recovered only - COVID certificate can be used to prove vaccination or recovery.
How is the certificate's verification process carried out?
COVID certificates are printed with the legend: Issued by the State of Israel, and a QR code. Verification of the certificate in countries that comply with the European Union's standard is carried out by scanning the QR code printed on the certificate.
Before traveling abroad
It is important to check on the official websites of the destination country what its policy is regarding the issues of the Israeli COVID certificate. In addition, it is worth finding in these websites information about the policy of the destination country regarding COVID test before arrival, filling out forms, isolation requirement and more.
Learn more about the EU standard and updated map of countries >
Countries and territories that can verify Israeli COVID certificates
- Britain (including British Overseas Territories)
- Cape Verde
- El Salvador
- Faroe Islands
- New Zealand
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
- The Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
- United Arab Emirates
- Vatican City