There are no restrictions on entering Israel. People of all ages can now enter Israel even if they never had COVID and were never vaccinated.
However, there is a procedure for entering Israel:
- Non-Israelis (including visa holders who do not have a teudat zehut) must show a negative PCR test result from within 72 hours of take-off to Israel in order to board.
If you have had corona between 8 and 90 days before your flight you can show your positive PCR test and a recovery letter to board instead of a negative test. For the full procedure if you had corona before your flight, please click here: If You Contract Corona in Israel or Before Your Trip to Israel
- Anyone seeking to enter Israel – non-Israeli and Israeli – must complete this pre-flight form within 48 hours of your flight: https://corona.health.gov.il/en/flight-form-content/ ( For instructions regarding how to complete this form please click here.)
- Everyone entering Israel must take a PCR test upon arrival. You can schedule your PCR test for when you arrive in Israel (within 48 hours) by using this link: https://testngo.femi.com/en/sign-in
- Anyone who enters Israel must quarantine until the results of your negative PCR come back or 24 hours – whichever comes first. You can do this quarantine in a private home.
- If your PCR test result is positive you must go into quarantine for seven days (5 days if you test negative on a lab- based antigen test on day 5).
Recently recovered Corona patients may continue to test positive upon arrival at Ben Gurion. If you test positive in Israel please click here and see the second half of this link to see the rules and procedures.
Please note: If you are in the Aliyah process, please contact the Jewish Agency or Nefesh B’Nefesh (for North America) for information about your flights.