The Israeli Ministry of Health has decided to relax entry requirements for foreign citizens.
From May 10, foreign citizens can take an antigen test instead of a PCR test before boarding a plane. In this case, the antigen test must be completed within 24 hours before departure to Israel. This was reported by TASS with reference to the statement of the Israeli Ministry of Health.
In addition, from May 20, foreigners arriving at Ben Gurion Airport do not need to undergo a PCR test. This decision was made in connection with the decrease in incidence rates and based on the results of observations.
It is specified that since April 23, the requirement to wear masks indoors has been canceled in Israel.