Ministry of Health: Serbia will become the next red state

Ministry of Health: Serbia will become the next red state
Ministry of Health: Serbia will become the next red state

The Ministry of Health has announced that Serbia will become the next red state. Today Serbia is one of the most prominent countries for Israeli tourists, who together with Greece exempt tourists from Israel in round-trip isolation. From November 8 this will change, and entrants from Serbia will be charged with 14 days of isolation. Other countries that will be included in the list of red countries are: Italy, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, which means that those entering from them will be charged with such isolation.

The Ministry of Health added Vietnam to the list of green countries, to which Israelis are unable to enter. Also on the list of green countries: Iceland, Estonia, the Seychelles, Denmark, Hong Kong, Greece, New Zealand, Finland, Canada, Cyprus, Rwanda, Australia, Uruguay, the United Arab Emirates, Taiwan, Norway, Singapore, Cuba and Thailand. All entrants from these countries are exempt from isolation.

The Ministry of Health said that in light of the morbidity trends in the world, it was decided to hold the next list of green countries on November 9.

It will be recalled that all passengers to and from Israel will be required to fill out an online health declaration before entering the terminal in Israel or before boarding a flight in the country of origin, on the website of the Ministry of Health.

Passengers must verify the requirements of the destination country, including the policy of introducing passengers from Israel and the requirements for inspections, which vary from country to country.

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