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New regulations for entry and movement in Israel

Starting August 11, anyone entering Israel from Italy (vaccinated, cured or not) in addition to the PCR test upon arrival at the airport (bookings here) will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be reduced to 7-days by doing a second PCR test on the seventh day. Those vaccinated or recovered with a non-Israeli certificate will also have to do a serological test.

Starting from August 20, to access any cultural or sporting event, gyms, restaurants, banquet halls, conference rooms, tourist attractions and religious places, regardless of the number of attendees, it will be necessary to present the “green pass” or the certificate of vaccination / recovery or negative test (children under three years pold are exempted). Persons with a non-Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate can request the “green pass” at the end of the quarantine, by filling this form.

Finally, it is mandatory to wear the mask indoors and outdoors if you are in a space with more than 100 people.