Entry Procedures:

The following foreign nationals are eligible to enter Israel without prior approvals:

  • A person who has been vaccinated with at least two doses of the Pfizer vaccine at least seven days before their day of entry into Israel.*

  • A person who has been vaccinated with at least two doses of the Moderna vaccine at least 14 days before their day of entry into Israel.*

  • A person who has been vaccinated with at least one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least 14 days before their day of entry into Israel.*

  • A person who has been vaccinated with the Pfizer booster and at least seven days have passed, on the day of their entering Israel.*

  • A person who has been vaccinated with the Moderna, Sinovac Astra Zeneca and Johnson & Johnson booster and at least 14 days have passed, on the day of their entering Israel.*

  • A person who has recovered from COVID-19 and who presents proof of the results of a positive NAAT test (Nucleic Acid Amplification Test) at least 11 days before their day of entry into Israel.*

  • A person who has recovered from COVID-19 and has received at least one dose of the WHO-approved vaccines.

 *And no more than 180 days upon their entry into Israel. 

 Notes:

  • All travelers are required to fill in the MoH Entry Statement Form 24 hours before arriving in Israel: https://www.gov.il/en/service/request-entry-to-israel-covid19

  • All arrivals will have to present 72 hours in advance PCR test negative result. (This applies for Departures and Arrivals)

  • Vaccination certificates must be valid  (7 days must have passed since their last dose upon their arrival into Israel, but no more than six months upon their leaving Israel.

 

Approved vaccines by the Israeli MoH:

  • Moderna

  • Pfizer 

  • Johnson & Johnson – Janssen 

  • AstraZeneca 

  • Covishield 

  • Sinopharm 

  • Sinovac