You want to visit Israel? All your (updated) questions answered – On Sunday evening, the Interior Ministry – in consultation with the Health Ministry – released an updated list of “exceptional cases” in which non-citizens can enter the country. | The Jerusalem Post
Foreign entry into Israel has been prohibited with few exceptions since mid-March as the coronavirus spread across the state and the world. Last week, the government extended all existing emergency regulations through June 21 – three months from when they were originally implemented. The borders will therefore remain closed at least until that date, at which time the situation may again be reviewed.