Israel will start reopening the door for vaccinated Brazilians on the 9th of this month

Israel will start reopening the door for vaccinated Brazilians on the 9th of this month

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(ANSA) – The Government of Israel on Monday (3) announced a gradual release of entry for foreign tourists who have recently been vaccinated or cured of Covid-19 starting from the ninth day.

People may enter from about 200 countries on the “orange list”, that is, countries with an average risk of infection – including Brazil and Italy.

And on the “red list”, among the countries still banned are 17, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Turkey, Ethiopia, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates and Tanzania.

In addition to demonstrating that they have been immunized or recovered, passengers must test negative for the disease before boarding the plane and take a new RT-PCR test upon arrival.

While waiting for a negative result, which can take up to 24 hours, they will need to remain in isolation.

Foreigners who do not fall under these two conditions are prohibited from entering Israel. Tour groups are also prohibited.

The release announcements come a day after Israel announced that the country will give the fourth dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to people over 60 and healthcare professionals due to a variable micron advance.

The Ministry of Health also confirmed, Sunday (3), that it had recorded the first case of a person infected with Covid-19 and influenza at the same time.

Named “Fluron”, which is a combination of the two words “flu” in English, the two viruses were discovered in a young pregnant woman.

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