Israel begins to open its borders to tourism

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Thanks to a successful vaccination campaign, making new daily cases registered in the country reach less than 100 to date, the Israeli authorities have just announced the opening to the first groups of tourists. They will begin to come on May 23.For now there will be allowed only 30 groups – individuals outside of a group are still not allowed to enter – from certain countries, yet to be specified, and vaccinated. They will have to perform a PCR test upon leaving the country of origin and another upon arrival, in addition to a serological test to show that they have been vaccinated.The authorities are working on defining a system that homologates the vaccines received in the different countries, which will greatly facilitate travelling.We will continue to report as we have more details.