150 tourists without green pass refused entry to Israel

Publication Date08 November 2021
AuthorMichal Raz-Chaimovitz
Israel's green pass restrictions require tourists to have had three Covid vaccinations or that less than six months has elapsed since their second Covid vaccination.

In addition to these 150 tourists refused entry, many others have not been allowed on flights at their point of departure. Often they turn up at the airport with negative antigen test results rather than PCR test results. One French tourist arrived at the airport in France to catch a flight to Israel to discover that only 13 days had passed since his third booster jab, instead of the required 14 days.

The airlines are supposed to act as a barrier in this way...

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