If a state is bound by an agreement, Israel can give an exemption from isolation to people who have been vaccinated in that state.
A traveler arriving in Israel can receive an exemption from isolation if the traveler complies with all of the following requirements:
1. The traveler arrives from a state bound by an agreement
2. The traveler has been vaccinated in a state bound by an agreement
3. Full vaccination in compliance with the vaccine manufacturer's instructions (one or two doses, depending on the instructions)
4. The traveler is fully vaccinated in accordance with Israel's protocol, i.e. at least 8 full days have passed since receiving the second dose (or the first dose, if just one dose is required)
5. At least 21 days have passed and no more than 35 days between the first and the second dose (if two doses are required)