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Israel clarifies entry terms for Sputnik V vaccinated

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Israel clarifies entry terms for Sputnik V vaccinated


28.10.2021

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Foreigners vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine will be able to enter Israel from November 15, TASS reports. The Ministry of Health explained that at least two weeks and no more than six months should pass from the moment of receiving the second dose of the drug. In case of revaccination, at least two weeks must also pass by the time of entry into Israel.

Tourists will also have to take a serological test in Israel and remain isolated until a positive result is received. A PCR test is also needed before boarding the plane and after the end of the flight.

A week ago, the Prime Minister's office announced that access to the country was only allowed for those vaccinated with a drug approved by US, EU or WHO regulators. Sputnik V is not approved by any of these organizations.

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