Travel Requirements for Antigen, PCR Tests End This Week

By Hamodia Staff

Planes parked at Ben Gurion International AIrport. (Moshe Shai/FLASH90)

YERUSHALAYIM – Israel passed another milestone in its post-pandemic phase, as the Health Ministry announced that as of May 21, both Israeli and foreign travelers will no longer need to provide an antigen test before boarding flights to Israel.

The ministry said also that view of the declining rates of covid infection and illness, it is lifting the requirement for a PCR check upon arriving at Ben Gurion Airport, for both foreign and Israeli travelers.

However, travelers must still fill out a Health Ministry declaration within 48 hours of flying.

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