COVID-19 UPDATE FOR PATIENTS WISHING TO RECEIVE MEDICAL TREATMENT IN ISRAEL
We would like to update you on the current situation in Israel. More than 50% of the total population in Israel is vaccinated against COVID-19. Life in Israel is starting to get back to normal. Masks are no longer required in open spaces. Restaurants, theatres, clubs and other facilities are open (some with light restrictions).
However, the situation in other countries remains problematic, and therefore limitations on international travel to Israel currently remain in place.
ARRIVAL CONDITIONS FOR PATIENTS WISHING TO RECEIVE MEDICAL TREATMENT IN ISRAELCOVID-19 regulations for medical tourism in Israel – updates according to the Ministry of Health of Israel
INFORMATION UPDATED: APRIL 27, 2021
- Only selected cases that require immediate treatment may be accepted
- If your case is accepted by the hospital, then the hospital will apply for an entry permit from Israel’s Ministry of Health for the patient.
- Upon arrival, the patient is required to stay in quarantine at the hospital for 10 days, or in quarantine in a radius of 1 km from the hospital.
- The patient is required to undergo a minimum of 2 COVID-19 tests - before arrival to Israel, and after the end of the 10 day quarantine period.
- If the patient is vaccinated for COVID-19, and received negative result in a serological test, his quarantine period may be shortened.
- Remote online consultations by Rambam hospital specialists are available for specific conditions, contact us for details.
Please do not hesitate to contact us via email/phone/Whatsapp to check eligibility for arrival in your individual case.