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Coronavirus: Rollout of electronic bracelets in Israel never began

The devices were described as a key to ensure that those entering the country complied with quarantine requirements, in order to prevent new variants from spreading.

Traveling during the coronavirus pandemic - opinion

Traveling as we knew it has changed...

By HADASSAH CHEN
08/04/2021
The Wizz Air flights from London to Eilat replace a route serviced by Britain’s low-cost Monarch Air

Wizz Air announces two new routes from Israel to Greek islands

Vaccinated Israelis are able to visit Greece since the country decided to recognize the Israeli Green Pass last week.

  Tal Meyers, who is from Shoval, a kibbutz near Beersheba, and lives in Philadelphia now, has arriv

Coronavirus in Israel: Vaccination truck opens at Ben-Gurion Airport

The truck will be situated in a way that incoming citizens will be able to access it before leaving the airport for their mandatory quarantine.

Travelers at Ben-Gurion Airport in March - to bring tourists back to Israel is not an act of lunacy.

Skies reopen for Israelis, despite coronavirus variant concerns

Israelis will be able to travel for Passover, regardless of their vaccination status.

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Israel Elections: Drones to monitor voting lines from the air

New election systems to be fielded to overcome challenges that the virus presents to voting, including airport ballots and line-monitoring drones.

Passengers at the Departure hall at the Ben Gurion Airport, near Tel Aviv on December 14, 2020.

High Court rules skies to open for returning Israelis

Israel’s coronavirus czar Ash criticized ruling, saying it will increase COVID-19 morbidity rates and heighten risk from variants.

Israeli singer Omer Adam performs live at the annual Kleizmer Festival in the northern Israeli city

How did Omer Adam enter Israel without Exceptions Committee approval?

Instead of following airport instructions, Adam had a mobile testing service come to the airport, so that he could have a test administered to prove that he didn't need to enter quarantine.

Passengers in Ben-Gurion Airport amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions, Feb. 2021

Coronavirus: Ben-Gurion Airport polling station mulled

Special “balloting buses” will be used for sick, quarantined to vote.

08/03/2021
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