Travel Restrictions Entering Israel from Uzbekistan for Vaccinated Travelers

🇺🇿 Uzbekistan
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Summary

Border Status

Allowed

Travel is allowed

Restricted

Transit is restricted

Policies
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Possible COVID-19 Test

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Recommended Masks

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1x Mandatory Documents

Last Major Change

Cases Per Million

166.94
Increased by -23.77
at 12/7/2022

Vaccinated

71.12%
Increased by 0.00%
at 12/7/2022
Return Status
Allowed

Travel is allowed

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The information on this page is applicable to people who are fully vaccinated and traveling from Uzbekistan to Israel.

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Visas

🇺🇿 Uzbekistan

Border Status

Allowed

Travel is allowed

Border Type
Air Land Sea
Description

Travelers can enter Israel. Before traveling, please check the required documentation.

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Restricted

Transit is restricted

Border Type
Air
Description

Travelers cannot transit through Israeli airports.

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Before You Leave

Not Required

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results is not required

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Business Medical
Description

Travelers don’t need negative COVID-19 test results before traveling to Israel.

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Mandatory

Mandatory health insurance

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers must have medical travel insurance, with international coverage of COVID-19 before traveling to Israel.

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Not Required

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required for Israel

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers don’t need proof of COVID-19 vaccination before traveling to Israel.

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On Arrival

Possible

COVID-19 test may be required after arrival

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Description

Travelers who feel COVID-19 symptoms during the first 10 days after arrival in Israel will be asked to take a COVID-19 PCR test. The test will be free of charge. For more information, please see the source.

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Not Required

Quarantine is not required

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers don’t need to quarantine on arrival in Israel.

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While There

Recommended

Masks are recommended in indoor places

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Travel Purpose
Tourism Medical Business
Description

Travelers are recommended to wear masks in indoor public places.

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COVID-19 Risk Information

Very High Risk
COVID-19 transmission is very high in Israel.
Daily New Cases Per Million more information indicator
166.94
Increased by -23.77
at
Positive Test Rate more information indicator
33.30%
Decreased by 4.90%
at
Percent Vaccinated more information indicator
71.12%
Increased by 0.00%
at
People Vaccinated more information indicator
6,720,489
Increased by 88
at
Reproduction Rate more information indicator
1.26
Decreased by 0.05
at

Data is sourced from Our World In Data , and risk levels are assessed and scored based on the CDC guidelines .

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