COVID Travel Information
Check regulations in the country you are traveling to: Google “covid travel <country name>” E.g., USA.
Getting Tests Before Leaving (not required by Israeli MoH regulations):
Two of the most popular travel testing companies:
Be sure to check this information related to entry/exit of the country you are traveling to:
- Is any covid testing required
- If so, it PCR or ANTIGEN test
- How much time before the flight can/should you do the test?
Israeli citizens and A1-A5, B1, B3, B4 and B5 visa holders do not need COVID testing to enter Israel.
- Vaccination records
- Proof of insurance with COVID coverage
- How long would you be required to quarantine if you became ill? You can not fly back to Israel until the 8th day at the earliest, but the determination is the longer of the country you are in or 8th day, whichever is longer.
- If you became ill, could you stay where you are planning to stay?
Israel does not require any testing or forms to leave Israel. Please check with your airline to find out if the country you are traveling to requires any testing or forms to be completed.
Anyone can enter Israel - it doesn’t matter if you are vaccinated or not, or recovered or not. All people are allowed to enter the country at this time.
Every single passenger traveling to Israel - regardless of age - must complete this form within 48 hours before takeoff.
Mandatory PCR testing for non-Israelis:
- Someone who has had a positive PCR test within 90 days of the trip. In that case, please see this page for what to do.
- Up until May 20th, 2022, anyone - regardless of age - must take a PCR test upon arrival in Israel at Ben Gurion airport. Schedule your test. See the second half of this page for what happens if you test positive upon your arrival in Israel or during your trip to Israel.
- After May 20th, 2022, no testing is required upon entering Israel.
- Health insurance - make sure that your current policy includes coverage for corona overseas.