Israel has allowed entry to tourists vaccinated with “Sputnik V” and other vaccines from January 9
The press service of the Israeli Foreign Ministry said that since January 9, the country has opened its borders to foreign citizens vaccinated against the coronavirus, TASS reports.
Another country has allowed entry to tourists vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine and drugs approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). To arrive in Israel, foreigners, including Russians, will need to provide the relevant documents received at least six months before departure.
“From the moment of vaccination to arrival in Israel, at least 14 days must pass,” the country's Foreign Ministry said.