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Sunday, October 24, 2021
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(The Yeshiva World) Israel’s coronavirus cabinet, which convened on Sunday, October 3, for the first time in a month, is considering a plan to allow vaccinated tourists to enter Israel by November, Israel Hayom reported.

Currently, only tour groups are allowed to enter Israel, with individual tourists banned from entering Israel since the beginning of the pandemic a year and a half ago.

There is widespread support from government officials for the plan to finally open Israel’s borders, and the Health Ministry has already formulated plans for the move.

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