Israel plans to open its borders to unvaccinated tourists.
Israel will reopen to all foreign tourists, regardless of their vaccination status. Only fully vaccinated foreign visitors have been allowed to enter the country since January, but that mandate will end as of March 1. Tourists entering Israel will be required to pass two P.C.R. tests — one before departure and one after arrival.
The authorities are also easing restriction on Israeli nationals, who will no longer be required to undergo a P.C.R. test before their flights — only after arriving in the country. Unvaccinated Israelis will no longer have to quarantine after returning if they test negative.
Authorities could reimpose, extend, ease, or otherwise amend any restrictions with little-to-no notice depending on disease activity over the coming weeks.