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Israel is scrapping all COVID-19 vaccine requirements for international travelers starting next month, the prime minister’s office announced Sunday.
From March 1 onward, visitors to the Jewish state can enter the country regardless of their vaccination status as long as they take two PCR tests with negative results, according to a statement from Prime Minister Naftali Benett’s office.
Travelers should take one PCR test before departing to Israel and the other after landing in the country, the statement said.
Dozens of cars briefly blocked a main highway in Israel for a short while on Monday in protest of coronavirus regulations, causing heavy traffic at the entrance to Jerusalem.
Based off of a similar protest movement in Canada, the convoy of anti-vaccine activists aimed to reach the Knesset, and hung signs on their cars reading “liberty,” “new world order,” “no more restrictions, going back to normal,” “cancel the mask mandate” and “a free nation in our country,” among other slogans.