The Israeli government has announced plans to accept foreign tourists for full immunization as of November 1, 2021. According to plans by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s office and the Ministry of Tourism, the country will allow travelers to scrutinize national surveys.
Meanwhile, tourists with Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac, or Sinopharm get permission to enter the city. Survivors of COVID-19 will also be able to enter the country if they receive a WHO-approved high-dose vaccine.
But the government has ruled that travelers from red-blooded countries (high disease rates) will not be allowed. Tourists from those countries awaiting the release of the new AY4.2 model will not be accepted. Health officials said five cases of AY4.2 in Israel were reported as a cause for concern Thursday.
The prime minister’s office said the plan could be updated, which would still be supported, “based on the development and identification of new models.”
This new species has recently been identified in many Eastern European countries and the United Kingdom. On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the first case of the new pressure in the United States.