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USA and Other Countries Added to Highest Risk Countries List

Effective Wednesday, August 11, all arrivals from specified destinations will be required to an isolation for a minimum of seven (7)  days, regardless of whether they had been vaccinated for, or recovered from COVID-19 in Israel or elsewhere.

The new countries are to be added to the already existing countries requiring mandatory isolation upon arrival to Israel. Among those countries are Italy, Iceland, United States, Germany, Netherlands, Greece, and France. For current online travel advisories by country, please click here


Delays in obtaining Entry Permits for Employees and Dependents Traveling to Israel

Due to changes in the process for obtaining entry permits for employees and their dependents into Israel during the pandemic, delays are expected. 

The expectancy is currently up to 5 days from the application submission. Employees with a valid multiple entry visa do not need to process the entry permit application. Dependents must apply for an entry permit upon each expected travel to Israel.


Best Regards,


Amit Acco, Senior Partner


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