Nobody likes isolating but in certain cases this is the only way to protect those dearest to you and to avoid infecting others

Isolation for those who have been in close contact with a confirmed COVID case

As of May 23, 2022, and subject to Knesset approval, it is no longer required to isolate, including in the following cases, regardless of vaccination or recovery:

  • Those who live with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, even if he is a helpless individual
  • Those who accompany a patient in isolation

Only those with individual guidance from the Healthcare System must go into isolation following close contact with a confirmed COVID case.

Information regarding isolation after receiving Individual Guidance from the Healthcare System >

Please Note: Those accompanying a child up to the age of 12 or a helpless individual who have been confirmed with COVID will no longer be entitles to isolation benefits, since they are not required to remain isolated. In such case, it applies the usual rules of caring for an ill child.

 

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