Israel now allows unvaccinated tourists to enter
March 4, 2022
(JTA) — Israel began allowing unvaccinated tourists to enter the country on March 1 as the county’s COVID case numbers continue to decline, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz announced.
Tourists will still need to produce negative PCR tests before and after their flights, while Israelis will only need to take a test upon landing.
The more lax rules mean that children under the age of five who are ineligible to be vaccinated can now enter the country. Only fully vaccinated tourists have been allowed in since January.
The changes came as Israel’s governm...