Israel from September 19 will resume programs of visiting the country by organized groups of tourists numbering up to 5 to 30 people. About it reported Israeli Ministry of Tourism.
According to the ministry, in order to enter Israel, tourists must be vaccinated with three doses of the vaccine, or that six months have not passed since the date of receiving the second dose. In addition, team members will be required to present a negative PCR test result 72 hours prior to arrival, as well as a serological test upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport.
Currently, only tourists from countries included in the green, yellow and orange lists can enter Israel. Russia was included in the orange list last August.
Individual tourists who were banned from Israel in March 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic will continue to be barred from outside the group. An exception is a trip to family members.