Enthusiasts Israel allows entry of vaccinated foreign tour groups
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Israel seems to make further progress in the fight against the coronavirus. The vaccination rate continues to rise, while the number of new infections and serious courses has dropped sharply for weeks. Now the Israeli Health and Tourism Authority informed that foreign tourists arise back to the country from May 23.
Tourism Minister Orit Farksah-Hacohen and Health Minister Yuli Gemstein presented a phase plan on Tuesday, which allows vaccinated tourists from abroad with a negative corona PCR test to vacation in Israel. That was previously prohibited for over a year due to the infectious virus. However, only a limited number of tourists are allowed to travel to Israel. The numbers would then be adapted in coordination to the "health situation and the progress of the program".
According to May 23, only tour groups are allowed to travel to the country from the 23rd of May. Only in the next step is the entry of individual tourists allowed.
The country's economically dependent on tourism had previously suffered from its foreclosure. Meanwhile, around five million people have been vaccinated in the country with around nine million inhabitants. The achieved strong decline in new infections and serious illnesses now allows relaxation.
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