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Published on 30.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 visa; - passengers with a B1, B3 or B4 visa if arriving from a country other than Canada, Ethiopia,
France, Hungary, Mexico, Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom or USA; - passengers with a diplomatic
passport.

2. Passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B3 or B4 visa must a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 180 days
before arrival. Vaccines accepted are: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin, Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac or Sputnik V.

3. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

4. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

5. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

6. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

7. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

8. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

9. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 29.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 visa; - passengers with a B1, B3 or B4 visa if arriving from a country other than Canada, Ethiopia,
France, Hungary, Mexico (effective 30 December 2021), Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom or USA; -
passengers with a diplomatic passport.

2. Passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B3 or B4 visa must a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 180 days
before arrival. Vaccines accepted are: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin, Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac or Sputnik V.

3. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

4. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

5. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

6. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

7. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

8. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

9. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 22.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 visa; - passengers with a B1, B3 or B4 visa if arriving from a country other than Angola, Belgium,
Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Denmark, Djibouti, Equatorial
Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Hungary, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar,
Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Norway, Portugal, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia,
South Africa, South Sudan, Spain, St. Helena, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Togo, Turkey, USA, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - passengers with
a diplomatic passport.

2. Passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B3 or B4 visa must a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 180 days
before arrival. Vaccines accepted are: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin, Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac or Sputnik V.

3. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

4. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

5. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

6. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

7. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

8. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

9. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 21.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 visa; - passengers with a B1, B3 or B4 visa if arriving from a country other than Angola, Benin,
Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Denmark, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea,
Eswatini, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ireland (Rep.), Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius,
Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Norway, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Spain, St. Helena, Sweden,
Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - passengers with a diplomatic passport.

2. Passengers with an A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B3 or B4 visa must a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days and at most 180 days
before arrival. Vaccines accepted are: AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covaxin, Covishield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm, Sinovac or Sputnik V.

3. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

4. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

5. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

6. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

7. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

8. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

9. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

10. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 20.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa if arriving from a country other than Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina
Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Denmark, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini,
Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao
Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 15.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - until 16 December 2021, passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa if arriving from a country other than Angola,
Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea,
Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria,
Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe; - from 17 December
2021, passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa if arriving from a country other than Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde,
Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Denmark, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea,
Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles,
Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, United Kingdom, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 14.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa. They must not be arriving from Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso,
Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon,
Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe,
Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken
at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
The test result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with any type of positive COVID-19 PCR test
taken at least 11 days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with any type of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before
arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 08.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa. They must not be arriving from Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso,
Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon,
Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe,
Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72
hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test
result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with a positive COVID-19 PCR test taken at least 11
days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7 and https://tinyurl.com/4tbzd4rx

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Covaxin, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and
Sinovac. They must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/

Published on 07.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa. They must not be arriving from Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso,
Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Rep., Chad, Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon,
Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe,
Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72
hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test
result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with a positive COVID-19 PCR test taken at least 11
days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/265ndkth and https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac. They
must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in
order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/directives/air-travel-covid19-israel/

Published on 30.11.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Israel; - passengers with an authorization letter issued by the
Population and Immigration Authority; - passengers with an A/1, A/2, A/3, A/4, A/5, B/1, B/3 or B/4 visa.

2. Passengers must complete an "Entry Statement" at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 . They will receive an electronic approval from the Ministry of Health. They will receive an electronic approval from
the Ministry of Health and a Green Pass which must be presented before boarding.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. Payment of ILS 100,- can be made upon arrival. Or ILS 80,- in advance at
https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

4. Passengers and airline crew who have been outside Israel for more than 72 hours entering or transiting through Israel must have: - a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72
hours before departure from the first embarkation point; or - a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken at most 24 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test
result must be in English and indicate the passenger passport number. - This does not apply to: - passengers and airline crew with a positive COVID-19 PCR test taken at least 11
days and at most 3 months before departure from the first embarkation point; - airline crew who stay in Israel for less than 72 hours.

5. Passengers must have health insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. - This does not apply to nationals and residents of Israel.

6. Airline crew are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival. - This does not apply to airline crew with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 7 days before arrival.

7. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for up to 14 days. Details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/265ndkth and https://tinyurl.com/h8hxy4w7

8. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next flight. - This does not apply to airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted are AstraZeneca (Covishield), Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac. They
must also complete an "Entry Statement" at most 24 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Israel at https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19 in
order to be eligible for the Green Pass.

9. More COVID-19 related information can be found at https://corona.health.gov.il/en/directives/air-travel-covid19-israel/

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site or self-isolation at home.

If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories.
All passengers must enter home isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in home isolation for a minimum of 14 days, although this can be reduced by taking a second PCR test on day 7. Entrants from ‘red’ locations may be required to isolate in a government facility.
Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website< /a> for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Non-Israeli citizens will need to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before the flight to Israel. These tests must be performed by a professional test lab in the origin country and should state the full name and passport number of the passenger. Self, home tests will not be accepted.
All travellers must have a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19. The insurance policy is mandatory to enter Israel.
You are required to fill out an entry statement form within 48 hours before your flight to Israel.
On arrival in Israel, you must take a further PCR test before leaving the airport, at your own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement

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Vaccination

If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Full Restrictions

  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You don’t need a visa to enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories as a tourist. On entry, visitors are granted leave to enter for a period of up to 3 months.
    Visitors entering via Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport are given an entry card instead of an entry stamp in their passport. While this practice is in place at other ports of entry, there have been instances where passports have been stamped for entry purposes. You should keep your entry card with your passport until you leave. This is evidence of your legal entry into Israel and may be required, particularly at any crossing points into the Occupied Palestinian Territories. If you’re refused entry into Israel, your passport may be stamped with an entry stamp and two red lines drawn across it to indicate the refusal.
    It is for the Israeli authorities to determine the right of entry into Israel, if you have any particular concerns about visas or entry into Israel. If you work in Israel without the proper authority, you can be detained and then deported, a process which could take several months. Consular staff will not be able to help you enter Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories. They are unable get involved in another country’s immigration policy or procedures.
    At the Allenby Bridge crossing with Jordan, as well as at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport, Israeli border officials have on occasions used an entry stamp for certain travellers that states ‘Palestinian Authority only’ or ‘Judea and Samaria only’. Since travellers entering via the Allenby Bridge crossing must pass through Israeli checkpoints and Israeli-controlled territory to reach Jerusalem or Gaza, this restriction effectively limits travellers who receive this stamp. It is not clear how a traveller receiving the stamp at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport can leave the airport without violating the restriction. This stamp has been issued to travellers who have no Palestinian or other Arab ancestry, and who would not seem to have any claim to a Palestinian Authority ID.
    Israeli border officials at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport have also at times required certain travellers to sign a form that states that he/she is not allowed to enter territories controlled by the Palestinian Authority unless he/she obtains advance authorisation from the Israeli ‘Territory Actions Co-ordinator’, and that violating this restriction may result in the traveller being deported from Israel and barred from entry for up to 10 years. In March 2017 the Israeli Parliament passed a law which gives authority to deny entry to foreign nationals who have publicly called for a boycott of Israel and/or settlements, or who belong to an organisation which has called for a boycott.
    Emergency Travel Documents: Emergency Travel Documents (ETDs) are not valid for entry into Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories unless the holder is a returning resident. However, ETDs are accepted for airside transit and exit from Israel.
    Previous Travel to Other Countries: Evidence of a previous visit to another country in the region like an entry/exit stamp in your passport does not normally prevent entry into Israel, although it may lead to additional questioning at the border. It is for the Israeli authorities to determine the right of entry into Israel, so if you have any particular concerns about previous travel to another country, you should contact the Israeli embassies .
    Customs and Immigration: You should expect lengthy personal questioning and baggage searches by security officials on arrival and departure from Israel. Electrical items, including laptops, may be taken from departing passengers for security inspection and either stored in the aircraft baggage hold, or returned to your country. Damage may occur.
    If you arrive with valuable personal items (computers, camcorders etc.) you may be required to pay a deposit that is refundable on or after departure.
    Israeli security officials have on occasion requested access to travellers’ personal e-mail accounts or other social media accounts as a condition of entry.
    Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs), including by sea to Gaza, is controlled by the Israeli authorities. You must produce a passport and immigration slip, to cross between Israel and the OPTs.
    You may be detained on arrival and deported if you are intending to enter Gaza without permission. If you’re entering the country for the purpose of working in the OPTs, you may be refused entry. For more information, contact the nearest Israeli Embassy.
    Dual nationals: dual nationals living in the West Bank and Gaza are allowed to travel abroad only via the Rafah or Allenby Bridge border crossings into Egypt or Jordan and return via the same route.
    Children with Israeli parents (father and/or mother) are considered to be Israeli nationals. The Israeli Ministry of Interior insists that these children enter and leave Israel on an Israeli passport.
    If you’re fully vaccinated: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter to The Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    Non-Israeli citizens will need to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before the flight to Israel. These tests must be performed by a professional test lab in the origin country and should state the full name and passport number of the passenger. Self, home tests will not be accepted.
    All travellers must have a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19. The insurance policy is mandatory to enter Israel. You are required to fill out an entry statement form within 48 hours before your flight to Israel.
    On arrival in Israel, you must take a further PCR test before leaving the airport, at your own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    All passengers must enter home isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in home isolation for a minimum of 14 days, although this can be reduced by taking a second PCR test on day 7. Entrants from ‘red’ locations may be required to isolate in a government facility.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories to receive a Green Pass. The Green Pass will exempt individuals from isolation if they come into contact with a COVID patient during their stay in Israel.
    You can use the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record to demonstrate your vaccination status when entering Israel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you hold a verifiable digital certificate proving vaccination status, this should be scanned or uploaded along with the entry declaration. If you do not have a verifiable digital certificate, you should declare the vaccinations you have received in the entry declaration form and attach all relevant documentation. You will then receive a Green Pass prior to boarding your flight.
    Entry via Land Borders: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan. You can find the latest guidance on entering and exiting Israel via the land borders on the Israeli Ministry of Health’s website
    Those wishing to enter Jordan from Israel will need to register in advance. You can find more information on the Visit Jordan website.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated: If you are not fully vaccinated, you can enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories. You will not be eligible for a Green Pass without proof you are vaccinated or recovered.
    Non-Israeli citizens will need to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before the flight to Israel. These tests must be performed by a professional test lab in the origin country and should state the full name and passport number of the passenger. Self, home tests will not be accepted.
    All travellers must have a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19. The insurance policy is mandatory to enter Israel. You are required to fill out an entry statement form within 48 hours before your flight to Israel.
    On arrival in Israel, you must take a further PCR test before leaving the airport, at your own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    All passengers must enter home isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in home isolation for a minimum of 14 days, although this can be reduced by taking a second PCR test on day 7. Entrants from ‘red’ locations may be required to isolate in a government facility. If a non-vaccinated individual comes into contact with a COVID patient during their stay in Israel, they will be required to enter isolation.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    Individuals will be considered ‘recovered’ if they present a certificate of recovery demonstrating the positive PCR test was taken at least eight days and no more than 180 days prior to arrival, or that at least one dose of a vaccine has been received.
    Children and young people: Children of any age who have not been vaccinated and do not have a COVID-19 recovery certificate will need to apply for an exemption to enter Israel.
    If you receive permission to enter Israel, you will need to follow all other guidance on testing and self-isolation set out in the section above for vaccinated visitors. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority
    pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    If you’re transiting through Israel: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    If you are transiting through Israel on your way to another country and staying in the airport (airside) you do not need to complete a further PCR test on arrival.
    If you are transiting through Israel/the Occupied Palestinian Territories on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you need to follow guidance above for visitors arriving in Israel.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    If you stay in Israel/the Occupied Palestinian Territories for over 72 hours you must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, or a valid Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate to leave Israel.
    Exemptions: If you are not fully vaccinated and do not have a COVID-19 recovery certificate will need to apply for an exemption to enter Israel.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All traveller: If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    Non-Israeli citizens will need to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before the flight to Israel. These tests must be performed by a professional test lab in the origin country and should state the full name and passport number of the passenger. Self, home tests will not be accepted.
    All travellers must have a health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19. The insurance policy is mandatory to enter Israel.
    You are required to fill out an entry statement form within 48 hours before your flight to Israel.
    On arrival in Israel, you must take a further PCR test before leaving the airport, at your own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    All passengers must enter home isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in home isolation for a minimum of 14 days, although this can be reduced by taking a second PCR test on day 7. Entrants from ‘red’ locations may be required to isolate in a government facility.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website< /a> for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.

    *Proof of vaccination status: You must present proof that you have been fully vaccinated to enter Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    You can use the proof of COVID-19 vaccination record to demonstrate your vaccination status when entering Israel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    If you hold a verifiable digital certificate proving vaccination status, this should be scanned or uploaded along with the entry declaration. If you do not have a verifiable digital certificate, you should declare the vaccinations you have received in the entry declaration form and attach all relevant documentation. You will then receive a Green Pass prior to boarding your flight.
    *Entry via Land Borders: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan. You can find the latest guidance on entering and exiting Israel via the land borders on the
    Israeli Ministry of Health’s website .
    Those wishing to enter Jordan from Israel will need to register in advance. You can find more information on the Visit Jordan website.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *If you’re not fully vaccinated: If you are not fully vaccinated, you will need to apply for a specific exemption to visit Israel.
    You will need to follow all other guidance on testing and self-isolation set out in the section above for vaccinated visitors. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Children and young people: Children of any age who have not been vaccinated and do not have a COVID-19 recovery certificate will need to apply for an exemption to enter Israel.
    *If you receive permission to enter Israel, you will need to follow all other guidance on testing and self-isolation set out in the section above for vaccinated visitors. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *If you’re transiting through Israel/The Occupied Palestinian Territories: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    If you are transiting through Israel on your way to another country and staying in the airport (airside) you do not need to complete a further PCR test on arrival.
    If you are transiting through Israel/the Occupied Palestinian Territories on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you need to follow guidance above for visitors arriving in Israel.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    If you stay in Israel/the Occupied Palestinian Territories for over 72 hours you must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, or a valid Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate to leave Israel.
    *Exemptions: If you are not fully vaccinated and do not have a COVID-19 recovery certificate will need to apply for an exemption to enter Israel.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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    11.03.2022
  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: You must present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours before the flight to Israel, or, a negative result for an antigen COVID-19 test performed 24 hours before the flight. Both negative results should be performed by a professional test lab in the origin country and should state the full name and passport number of the passenger. Self, home tests will not be accepted. You are required to fill out an entry statement form within 48 hours before your flight to Israel. On arrival in Israel, you must take a further PCR test before leaving the airport. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan. You can find the latest guidance on entering and exiting Israel via the land borders on the Israeli Ministry of Health’s website. Those wishing to enter Jordan from Israel will need to register in advance. You can find more information on the Visit Jordan website. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Testing on arrival: All travellers of all ages arriving in Israel, including those who have been vaccinated or recovered, must take a COVID-19 (PCR) test on arrival before leaving the airport, at their own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    *Quarantine requirements: All passengers must enter home isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in home isolation for a minimum of 14 days, although this can be reduced by taking a second PCR test on day 7. Entrants from ‘red’ locations may be required to isolate in a government facility.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check the Israeli Ministry of Health pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: If you hold a verifiable digital certificate proving vaccination status, this should be scanned or uploaded along with the entry declaration. If you do not have a verifiable digital certificate, you should declare the vaccinations you have received in the entry declaration form and attach all relevant documentation. You will then receive a Green Pass prior to boarding your flight.
    *Requirements for departure: All passengers who stayed in Israel for over 72 hours must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, or a valid Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate to leave Israel. All travellers must also complete an online outbound passenger statement form.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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    11.02.2022
  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: Israel operates a number of entry requirements due to COVID-19. Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan. You can find the latest guidance on entering and exiting Israel via the land borders on the Israeli Ministry of Health’s website.
    Those wishing to enter Jordan from Israel will need to register in advance. You can find more information on the Visit Jordan website.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Testing on arrival: All travellers of all ages arriving in Israel, including those who have been vaccinated or recovered, must take a COVID-19 (PCR) tests on arrival in Israel, at their own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    *Quarantine requirements: All passengers must enter isolation until the results of their PCR test arrive, or 24 hours have passed. If the result of the test is positive the individual will be required to remain in isolation for a minimum of 14 days. Entrants from ‘red’ locations will be required to isolate in a government facility.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: If you hold a verifiable digital certificate proving vaccination status, this should be scanned or uploaded along with the entry declaration. If you do not have a verifiable digital certificate, you should declare the vaccinations you have received in the entry declaration form and attach all relevant documentation. You will then receive a Green Pass prior to boarding your flight.
    *Requirements for departure: All passengers who stayed in Israel for over 72 hours must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, or a valid Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate to leave Israel. All travellers must also complete an online outbound passenger statement form.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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    29.11.2021
  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: *Entry and borders: As of 31 August 2021, the UK has been added to Israel’s list of COVID-19 “at risk” countries. See the Ministry of Health website
    for restrictions and exemptions.
    All travellers arriving in Israel from an “at risk” destination must enter isolation, including recovered and vaccinated travellers. A PCR test must be taken upon arrival. Exit from isolation is dependent on a negative COVID-19 test and/or vaccination status.
    All travellers arriving from abroad will be required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to departure to Israel. This should be presented to airline staff. Those who are physically unable to access a PCR test, or who cannot take one on humanitarian grounds, can apply to the Exemptions Committee.

    All incoming passengers must also complete an online entry statement form within the 24 hours prior to departure to Israel. Foreign nationals must have an
    entry permit issued by the Population and Immigration Authority. Without this permit, boarding will be denied.

    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check
    Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website
    for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan. You can find the latest guidance on entering and exiting Israel via the land borders on the Israeli Ministry of Health’s website. Those wishing to enter Jordan from Israel will need to register in advance. You can find more information on the
    Visit Jordan website.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Testing on arrival: All travellers of all ages arriving in Israel, including those who have been vaccinated or recovered, must take a COVID-19 (PCR) tests on arrival in Israel, at their own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    *Quarantine requirements: All passengers who have visited the UK, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Cyprus, or Turkey within 14 days of arrival in Israel must enter isolation for a minimum of 14 days.
    Individuals who were vaccinated or recovered abroad can apply for exemption from isolation if they complete a serological test, excluding arrivals from those countries listed above.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check
    Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated
    COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination.
    *Requirements for departure: All passengers who stayed in Israel for over 72 hours must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, or a valid Israeli vaccination or recovery certificate to leave Israel. All travellers must also complete an online outbound passenger statement form.
    From 30 July, travel to the UK for British nationals who also hold Israeli passports or residence permits, will be prohibited. All travel by Israeli citizens or residents to
    a destination with the highest COVID-19 risk, including the UK, is banned. You can petition the Exceptions Committee
    for permission to travel to these destinations. This travel ban does not apply to people who transit through these destinations, but only if they stay in the airport transit area no more than 12 hours. This ban does not apply to foreign nationals.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    03.09.2021
  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: As of 30 July 2021, the UK has been added to Israel’s list of countries with the highest risk of COVID-19 meaning that travel to and from the UK is prohibited. See the Population and Immigration Authority website for restrictions and exemptions.
    All travellers arriving in Israel from a destination with the highest COVID-19 risk must enter isolation, including recovered and vaccinated travellers.
    All travellers arriving from abroad will be required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to departure to Israel. This should be presented to airline staff. Those who are physically unable to access a PCR test, or who cannot take one on humanitarian grounds, can apply to the Exemptions Committee.
    All incoming passengers must also complete an online entry statement form within the 24 hours prior to departure to Israel. Foreign nationals must have an entry permit issued by the Population and Immigration Authority . Without this permit, boarding will be denied. You should contact the Israeli Embassy in London for more information.
    Passengers who are not vaccinated, recovered, or who have visited the UK, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Cyprus, or Turkey within 14 days prior to arrival are required to enter isolation.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan:
    • The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions
    Dual British/Palestinian nationals in the OPTs may exceptionally be able to cross but will need to coordinate with the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain the necessary permission
    • The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Testing on arrival: All travellers of all ages arriving in Israel, including those who have been vaccinated or recovered, must take a COVID-19 (PCR) tests on arrival in Israel, at their own expense. You can make the payment after you submit the entry statement form prior to traveling to Israel. Payment in advance is at a reduced price. Only PCR tests are admissible.
    *Quarantine requirements: All passengers who have visited the UK, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Cyprus, or Turkey within 14 days of arrival in Israel must enter isolation for a minimum of 14 days.
    Individuals who were vaccinated or recovered abroad can apply for exemption from isolation if they complete a serological test, excluding arrivals from those countries listed above.
    Full guidance on requirements upon arrival is regularly updated online. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    30.07.2021
  • Gaza Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: Israel is in full lockdown from 8 January 2021. During this time international travel is prohibited withsome exceptions . The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 23 December, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens of Israel, with somelimited exemptions. If you’re eligible for entry, you will need to complete an entry form. All travellers will be required to quarantine for 14 days. This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days). The minimum time required between the two tests is at least 24 hours. You should submit all requests for permission to enter Israel directly to the local Israeli Embassy. Check IsraeliPopulation and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan:
    • The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions;
    • Dual British/Palestinian nationals in the OPTs may exceptionally be able to cross but will need to coordinate with thePalestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain the necessary permission;
    • The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Transiting: Transiting via Israeli airports in order to travel on to other destinations is not currently permitted.
    *Testing on arrival: Upon arrival at the airport, your temperature will be taken. You must be able to prove you can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance with the isolation guidance. If you are unable to do so, you will be sent to a state-sponsored hotel for isolation. You must not use public transport to travel to your dwelling, except a single-passenger taxi, provided you sit in the back of the taxi with the windows open. Family members arriving together may travel together as long as everyone sits in the back.
    *Quarantine requirements: From 23 December, all international travellers will be required to complete quarantine.
    *Testing on departure: Your temperature will be taken in order to allow your entry into the airport on departure. Only passengers will be allowed into the airport. You must complete an exit form prior to departure.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport. You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, and requirements to wear a face covering in public. On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” requirements and guidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    14.05.2021
  • Gaza International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: Israel is in full lockdown from 8 January 2021. During this time international travel is prohibited withsome exceptions . The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 23 December, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens of Israel, with somelimited exemptions . If you’re eligible for entry, you will need to complete an entry form. All travellers will be required to quarantine for 14 days. This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days). The minimum time required between the two tests is at least 24 hours. You should submit all requests for permission to enter Israel directly to the local Israeli Embassy. Check IsraeliPopulation and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan:
    • The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions;
    • Dual British/Palestinian nationals in the OPTs may exceptionally be able to cross but will need to coordinate with thePalestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain the necessary permission;
    • The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Transiting: Transiting via Israeli airports in order to travel on to other destinations is not currently permitted.
    *Testing on arrival: Upon arrival at the airport, your temperature will be taken. You must be able to prove you can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance with the isolation guidance. If you are unable to do so, you will be sent to a state-sponsored hotel for isolation. You must not use public transport to travel to your dwelling, except a single-passenger taxi, provided you sit in the back of the taxi with the windows open. Family members arriving together may travel together as long as everyone sits in the back.
    *Quarantine requirements: From 23 December, all international travellers will be required to complete quarantine.
    *Testing on departure: Your temperature will be taken in order to allow your entry into the airport on departure. Only passengers will be allowed into the airport. You must complete an exit form prior to departure.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport. If you are part of an organised tour group, you will travel on an Israeli bus which will be escorted by Israeli police direct to the airport. If you are travelling alone, you can take an Israeli taxi to the airport six hours before your flight. No prior coordination with the Israeli authorities is necessary. You will need to show your passport and flight ticket to authorities at the Israeli controlled checkpoint.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, requirements to wear a face covering in public and information on localised lockdowns. There are penalties for breaching regulations.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the“Purple Badge” requirements andguidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    12.01.2021
  • Gaza International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 23 December , foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens of Israel. If you’re eligible for entry, you will need to complete an entry form. From 23 December all travellers will be required to quarantine in a designated, state-sponsored coronavirus hotel for 14 days. This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days). The minimum time required between the two tests is at least 24 hours.
    Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan:
    • The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions
    • Dual British/Palestinian nationals in the OPTs may exceptionally be able to cross but will need to coordinate with the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain the necessary permission
    • The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Transiting: Transiting via Israeli airports in order to travel on to other destinations is not currently permitted.
    *Testing on arrival: Upon arrival at the airport, your temperature will be taken. You must be able to prove you can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance with the isolation guidance. If you are unable to do so, you will be sent to a state-sponsored hotel for isolation. From 20 December, all travellers from the UK, Denmark and South African will be subject to testing upon arrival, and then transferred to a designated, state-sponsored hotel for quarantine. You must not use public transport to travel to your dwelling, except a single-passenger taxi, provided you sit in the back of the taxi with the windows open. Family members arriving together may travel together as long as everyone sits in the back.
    *Quarantine requirements:From 23 December, all international travellers will be required to complete quarantine in a designated, state-sponsored coronavirus hotel.
    *Testing on departure: Your temperature will be taken in order to allow your entry into the airport on departure. Only passengers will be allowed into the airport. You must complete an exit form prior to departure.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport. If you are part of an organised tour group, you will travel on an Israeli bus which will be escorted by Israeli police direct to the airport. If you are travelling alone, you can take an Israeli taxi to the airport six hours before your flight. No prior coordination with the Israeli authorities is necessary. You will need to show your passport and flight ticket to authorities at the Israeli controlled checkpoint.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, requirements to wear a face covering in public and information on localised lockdowns. There are penalties for breaching regulations.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the“Purple Badge” requirements andguidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    22.12.2020
  • Gaza Latest News: Lockdown in Gaza extended until 30 August due to increasing COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 26.08.2020) Gaza authorities declare full lockdown for 48 hours, first COVID-19 cases reported (Reuters, 24.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry and borders: The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 18 March, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens or residents of Israel. Limited exceptions do apply. If you’re eligible for entry, you will need to complete an entry form. From 20 December, all countries will be considered ‘red’ with all travellers required to complete a 14 day self-isolation. This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days of self-isolation). Travellers from countries previously on Israel’s ‘Green list’ are exempt from self-isolation until 26 December. Travellers from the UK, Denmark or South Africa will be subject to additional measures. This includes the requirement to quarantine in a designated, state-sponsored coronavirus hotel for 14 days. This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days). The minimum time required between the two tests is at least 24 hours. You should submit all requests for permission to enter Israel directly to the Israeli Embassy. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages and the dedicated COVID-19 Air Transport website for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice.
    *Land crossings: Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan:
    • The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions
    • Dual British/Palestinian nationals in the OPTs may exceptionally be able to cross but will need to coordinate with the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain the necessary permission
    • The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank.
    *Transiting: Transiting via Israeli airports in order to travel on to other destinations is not currently permitted.
    *Testing on arrival: Upon arrival at the airport, your temperature will be taken. You must be able to prove you can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance with the isolation guidance. If you are unable to do so, you will be sent to a state-sponsored hotel for isolation. From 20 December, all travellers from the UK, Denmark and South African will be subject to testing upon arrival, and then transferred to a designated, state-sponsored hotel for quarantine. You must not use public transport to travel to your dwelling, except a single-passenger taxi, provided you sit in the back of the taxi with the windows open. Family members arriving together may travel together as long as everyone sits in the back.
    *Quarantine requirements: From 20 December, all international travellers will be required to enter self-isolation and fill out an online isolation form. International travellers returning from previously listed ‘Green ’ countries will be exempt from self-isolation until 26 December. Travellers from the UK, Denmark or South Africa will be required to complete quarantine in a designated, state-sponsored coronavirus hotel.
    *Testing on departure: Your temperature will be taken in order to allow your entry into the airport on departure. Only passengers will be allowed into the airport. You must complete an exit form prior to departure.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Israel or the Occupied Palestinian Territories: There are limited public transport services to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, and local taxis and minicabs can be arranged. You will need to comply with social distancing and health regulations when travelling to the airport.
    You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport. If you are part of an organised tour group, you will travel on an Israeli bus which will be escorted by Israeli police direct to the airport. If you are travelling alone, you can take an Israeli taxi to the airport six hours before your flight. No prior coordination with the Israeli authorities is necessary. You will need to show your passport and flight ticket to authorities at the Israeli controlled checkpoint.
    Information on the current requirements when travelling in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes requirements when travelling on public transport, in taxis or in private vehicles, requirements to wear a face covering in public and information on localised lockdowns. There are penalties for breaching regulations.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    *Accommodation: Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the“Purple Badge” requirements andguidelines set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
    *Public places and services: Information on the current regulations in Israel can be found on Israel’s Ministry of Health website. This includes regulations for shops, restaurants, bars, other leisure activities and large gatherings.
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority announced a state of emergency in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some restrictions have been removed, the state of emergency remains in place. You should follow local announcements for any changes to restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and confirm any travel arrangements or hotel bookings before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    Read more
    20.12.2020
  • Gaza The Palestinian Authority (PA) declared an extension of the current lockdown in the West Bank through July 26. (OSAC, 17.07.2020).

    *****International Restrictions:
    The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 18 March, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens or residents of Israel. Limited exceptions do apply. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages [https://www.gov.il/en/departments/population_and_immigration_authority] for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice. If you’re eligible for entry, you will need to complete an entry form. Travellers from countries on Israel’s ‘Green list’ will not be required to self-isolate, unless they have visited a country on Israel’s ‘Red list’ in the past 14 days. Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs), including by sea to Gaza, is controlled by the Israeli authorities. You must produce a passport and immigration slip, to cross between Israel and the OPTs. You may be detained on arrival and deported if you are intending to enter Gaza without permission. If you’re entering the country for the purpose of working in the OPTs, you may be refused entry. For more information, contact the nearest Israeli Embassy. Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan: The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions.
    The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency, including closure of educational institutions, reducing movement between cities, cancellation of public gatherings and conferences, and cancellation of tourism reservations and hotel bookings. Some local measures were lifted in June but the state of emergency remains in place and you should confirm your arrangements before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” [https://govextra.gov.il/economy-tavsagol/] requirements and guidelines [https://govextra.gov.il/ministry-of-health/corona/corona-virus-en/guidelines/] set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.

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    21.08.2020
  • Gaza The Palestinian Authority (PA) declared an extension of the current lockdown in the West Bank through July 26. (OSAC, 17.07.2020).

    *****International Restrictions:
    The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 18 March, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens or residents of Israel. Limited exceptions do apply. You should submit all requests for permission to enter Israel directly to the Israeli Embassy in London. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice. Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs), including by sea to Gaza, is controlled by the Israeli authorities. You must produce a passport and immigration slip, to cross between Israel and the OPTs. You may be detained on arrival and deported if you are intending to enter Gaza without permission. If you’re entering the country for the purpose of working in the OPTs, you may be refused entry. For more information, contact the nearest Israeli Embassy. Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan: The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions
    The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency, including closure of educational institutions, reducing movement between cities, cancellation of public gatherings and conferences, and cancellation of tourism reservations and hotel bookings. Some local measures were lifted in June but the state of emergency remains in place and you should confirm your arrangements before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    Some hotels across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories have now reopened. Hotels in Israel are required to comply with the “Purple Badge” [https://govextra.gov.il/economy-tavsagol/] requirements and guidelines [https://govextra.gov.il/ministry-of-health/corona/corona-virus-en/guidelines/] set by the Israeli Ministry of Health.

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    30.07.2020
  • Gaza The Palestinian Authority (PA) declared an extension of the current lockdown in the West Bank through July 26. (OSAC, 17.07.2020).

    *****International Restrictions:
    The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from 18 March, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens or residents of Israel. Limited exceptions do apply. You should submit all requests for permission to enter Israel directly to the Israeli Embassy in London. Check Israeli Population and Immigration Authority pages for full details. Further restrictions may be introduced at short notice. Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs), including by sea to Gaza, is controlled by the Israeli authorities. You must produce a passport and immigration slip, to cross between Israel and the OPTs. You may be detained on arrival and deported if you are intending to enter Gaza without permission. If you’re entering the country for the purpose of working in the OPTs, you may be refused entry. For more information, contact the nearest Israeli Embassy. Restrictions also apply at land crossings between Israel and Jordan, and between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan: The Allenby/King Hussein Bridge Crossing between the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan is closed in both directions
    The Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin/ Wadi Arraba crossings between Jordan and Israel are closed in both directions You may face delays or restrictions at Israeli controlled checkpoints around the West Bank, including when attempting to leave the West Bank. Foreign nationals who are currently in the West Bank must leave six hours before their scheduled flight and travel direct to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    On 5 March 2020 the Palestinian Authority (PA) announced a state of emergency, including closure of educational institutions, reducing movement between cities, cancellation of public gatherings and conferences, and cancellation of tourism reservations and hotel bookings. Some local measures were lifted in June but the state of emergency remains in place and you should confirm your arrangements before moving around the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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    24.07.2020
  • Gaza Gaza crossings closed in both directions. The Government of Israel has stated that travel in and out of Gaza through the Erez crossing is restricted to urgent humanitarian cases only. The de facto authority in Gaza stated that travel in and out of Gaza will only be permitted for urgent humanitarian cases and that those coming into Gaza will be quarantined for a period of 28 days in a specialised isolation centre. Even if approval to exit Gaza is given, international personnel can only enter Israel if they have not travelled abroad in the previous 14 days. International personnel inside Gaza who entered Israel less than 14 days before, must travel directly to Allenby or to Ben Gurion Airport 6 hours before the flight (GOI). Gaza crossings closed in both directions (DFA). Even if DFA approval to exit Gaza is given, international personnel can only enter Israel if they have not travelled abroad in the previous 14 days. International personnel inside Gaza who entered Israel less than 14 days before, must travel directly to Allenby or to Ben Gurion Airport 6 hours before the flight (GOI). Rafah crossing into Gaza: All those crossing to Gaza must enter three (3) weeks quarantine.

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    26.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK
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