The Israel authorities will lift the requirement to test for COVID-19 before flying into the country from May 21. This is stated in the message of the Ministry of Health of the state.
“PCR tests at the entrance of Israel through airports, sea and land points will be canceled. There will no longer be a need for a 24-hour quarantine after arriving in Israel”, explained the ministry. Earlier, mandatory PCR tests upon arrival in Israel were abolished.
Now to visit the country, it is necessary to take out medical insurance covering treatment for coronavirus, and fill out an entry declaration to Israel within 48 hours before boarding a flight, informs secretmag.ru.