Published March 1, 2022 12:32 PM IST
As previously reported by Chaim V’Chessed, starting today, March 1, Israel’s borders are now open to all travelers. This comes after nearly two years of extremely restricted entry for foreigners to the country. As of today, tourists of all ages and nationalities are allowed to enter the country, regardless of vaccination or recovery status.
In an additional change, Israeli citizens, toshavei keva and toshavei arai are no longer required to present pre-flight negative covid results. Foreigners, including student visa holders, are still required to present negative PCR results taken within 72 hours of travel. Antigen tests are no longer accepted.
For full details of current Israel entry rules, including directions for filling out the Entry Form, click here for Chaim V’Chessed’s extensive guide.