Israel Sets New COVID Guidelines for Foreigners to Enter the Country

Israelis will be prioritized prior to March 23 election, after which a special committee will consider applications from select groups, including foreign workers and citizens' parents and partners

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Israel has formulated guidelines for the entry of non-citizens into the country, as the country sets its sights on normality following the end of lockdown.

The arrival of foreigners will be approved by an exceptions committee led by the Population and Immigration Authority, which will only consider applications from specific categories of non-citizens. This will include foreign workers and partners or parents of Israeli citizens and permanent residents.

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