An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP
An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: Israel soon to welcome tourists even as it battles one of world’s highest infection rates

  • Tourists will have to be vaccinated, present a negative PCR test before their flight and undergo both PCR and serological testing upon arrival
  • Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett says the coronavirus booster vaccination drive will help allow the country to avoid a full lockdown

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP
An Israeli man receives a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine at the Cinema City complex in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: AP
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