Health Ministry recommends lifting most COVID travel restrictions – The Times of Israel

Health Ministry officials met Wednesday to formulate a plan on lifting a range of COVID restrictions before making recommendations to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
Bennett is scheduled to hold a meeting Thursday and rule on the recommendations, although he reportedly favors lifting most restrictions.
The Health Ministry recommendations include canceling the requirement for returning travelers to present a COVID test at the airport before boarding a flight to Israel (though the test at Ben Gurion after landing will remain); ending quarantine for unvaccinated children who travel abroad; allowing unvaccinated foreign children under 12 to enter; and ending the use of the “Green Pass” vaccine proof at all events.
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