Updated August 6, 2021 12:22 PM IST
If you have recovered or been vaccinated in Israel, the Israeli authorities do not require a PCR test prior to departure. However, most destination countries do require it for you to be allowed entry.
All travelers departing Israel (regardless of age) who have not recovered or been vaccinated in Israel require a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure. Results must be in English and must show your passport number.
See here for a list of Corona testing locations.
As of June 1, 2021, Kupot Cholim generally no longer provide Corona tests for purposes of travel.
As of June 29, Israeli citizens and toshavei keva (permanent residents) 16 years of age or older must fill out this form within 24 hours of departing Israel. This form is not a health declaration. Rather, it requires passengers to affirm that they will not travel to countries on the Highest Risk list. See the entire list here. Student visa holders are not required to fill out this form, even if they are recognized as residents by Bituach Leumi.