Entry to Israel for non-Israeli citizens

As of 3.6.2022 – Please check the current rules on the official website of the Israeli Government

You may complete the entry form to Israel 10 days prior to the departure date of a flight to Israel, a cruise to Israel or land border crossing to Israel.

It is not required to present a negative result on a COVID-19 test before boarding a flight to Israel, a cruise to Israel or before arriving to Israel at a land border crossing.
The PCR testing mandate for those entering Israel at airports and maritime and land border crossings was lifted, and the isolation required until that test result was also canceled.
Confirmed COVID cases will not be permitted to board a flight to Israel. If you were confirmed with COVID and have not yet recovered according to the required protocol in Israel and in the state from which the flight departs – do not board the flight.

Entering Israel

  1. A health insurance policy with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19 is required.
    The insurance policy is a mandatory to enter Israel.
  1. Fill out the entry form to Israel during the 10 days prior your flight to Israel.

Currently there is no legal requirement of isolation after entering Israel.

If a non-Israeli citizen contracts COVID while in Israel, they should follow the guidance for non-Israelis regarding isolation.