All passengers entering Israel from any destination must quarantine for 14 days. Until recently, this had to be done in special government run quarantine hotels. On Sunday evening, May 10, the Government cancelled the mandatory quarantine in government hotels.
As of May 11, passengers arriving in Israel who can demonstrate that they have a viable, private home to quarantine in for fourteen days, will be permitted to quarantine there. Those who do not have suitable private arrangements will still be sent to government hotels.
Home quarantine will be enforced by the police, along with inspectors from the Interior Ministry. Anyone violating this quarantine may be subject to criminal prosecution and/or fines. Furthermore, people who violate their home quarantine may be taken forcibly to quarantine hotels.
People currently in quarantine hotels will be allowed to leave and complete quarantine in their own homes, provided they have an appropriate arrangement for private quarantine.