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URGENT: Israel: Suspension of All International Passenger Flights

The Israeli government has decided, that as of midnight on Monday, January 25, 2021, all passenger flights from and to Ben Gurion Airport will be suspended amidst fears over the growing number of coronavirus mutations. 

The restrictions will apply at this stage until January 31, 2021, and maybe extended for up to a month. The decision prohibits the entry and exit of both foreign and Israeli nationals. 

Those wishing to enter or exit Israel will require special permission to be provided on a “humanitarian basis”. Transport Minister Miri Regev clarified this point during today’s Cabinet meeting where she stated: "For the first time, we will not allow Israelis and Jews to immigrate to Israel unless it is a matter of life or death. When the skies are closed, there will be only humanitarian flights made by private planes.”

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