Israel announced that it will return next May to receive foreign tourists who received the Corona vaccine, more than a year after closing its borders due to the pandemic.
The Israeli Ministry of Tourism stated that “a limited number of tourist groups will be allowed to enter the country as of May 23, with individual visitors permitted at a later stage.”
All foreign tourists entering the country before flights to Israel will be tested for the virus and must present proof that they have received the Corona vaccine.
In recent months, Israel has implemented a successful vaccination program that has allowed it to reopen most sectors of the economy, but the tourism industry, which is currently limited to serving Israelis only, remains affected.
Source: “The Associated Press”