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The Israeli government recently delayed the plan to allow vaccinated individuals to enter the country without a pre-entry permit until Aug. 1.
Additional Information: On June 20, the Ministry of Interior announced that Israel would vacate the pre-entry permit requirement on July 1. However, since that announcement, Israel has seen a spike in virus variant cases, causing the Ministry of Health to delay the plan until Aug. 1. The Israeli government is expected to publish information in the coming weeks detailing which vaccinations will be accepted and what types of vaccination proof will be required.
BAL Analysis: The response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, and BAL will provide additional updates as information becomes available.
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