To boost tourism, Israel has announced that it will abolish pre-arrival testing for tourists from May 21st. The latest information on the latest COVID 19 trips is shared by the Ministry of Tourism of Israel, which came into effect on May 21, 12:01 am for vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers.
Eyal Carlin said traveling to Israel will be easier as tourists plan their trips this summer and fall. The Tourism Board hopes that this new relaxations in restrictions will allow more visitors to enjoy the country.
From now on, visitors to Israel must present a negative PCR test within 72 hours or a negative rapid antigen test within 24 hours. It should also be tested with another PCR test upon arrival in Israel and left isolated in the hotel room until negative results are obtained or for up to 24 hours.