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Americans checking into hotels in Israel
« on: April 28, 2021, 04:13:15 PM »
I am a fully vaccinated American planning on going to Israel this summer (I meet the criteria for entry). I made a hotel reservation and got the following message

According to Health Ministry Guidelines only people holding vaccination certificates (Green Ticket, one week following the second shot)
or a Certificate of Recovery will be permitted to stay as guests.
Children under 16 must provide a negative Covid 19 test carried out up to 48 hours prior to arrival.

If(when) i take the antibody seralogical test showing vaccination antibodies, will that be sufficient for check in? Of course the landscape is constantly changing, but using the current regulations....

thanks!

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Re: Americans checking into hotels in Israel
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2021, 04:18:09 PM »
I am a fully vaccinated American planning on going to Israel this summer (I meet the criteria for entry). I made a hotel reservation and got the following message

According to Health Ministry Guidelines only people holding vaccination certificates (Green Ticket, one week following the second shot)
or a Certificate of Recovery will be permitted to stay as guests.
Children under 16 must provide a negative Covid 19 test carried out up to 48 hours prior to arrival.

If(when) i take the antibody seralogical test showing vaccination antibodies, will that be sufficient for check in? Of course the landscape is constantly changing, but using the current regulations....

thanks!

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