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Important information for recoverees and vaccinated

People who received a vaccination or recovery certificate are exempt from quarantine after close contact with a verified patient and returning from abroad. They can issue the Green Pass that allows them to enter businesses and public places that require the presentation of the Pass upon entering. From Tuesday, 2.3.2021, recoverees can also be vaccinated. What else is important to know?

Important information for recoverees and vaccinated

For full information about the corona vaccines – enter the Ministry of Health designated website.

As of Tuesday, 2.3.2021, those who recovered from corona, can be vaccinated against the virus, three months after recovery.

Recoverees will receive one dose of vaccine. The summons will be made by the HMO.

In addition, these days, those aged 16 and over can get the vaccine, while giving priority to those aged 50 and over and those confined to the house. The immunization of the entire population in Israel will enable a return to routine soon.

Vaccines can be obtained at the vaccine complexes operated by the HMOs. In addition, vaccinations can be obtained at the vaccination complexes operated by the Home Front Command in cooperation with MDA. To coordinated a time to receive the vaccine, contact MDA call center, or at *3101.

The vaccine is administrated in 2 doses, 21 days apart between the first dose and the second. Please note - do not leave quarantine for the purpose of receiving a vaccine. Anyone who is required to perform the second vaccine and goes into quarantine is required to consult with the HMO.

At present, there is still no information on whether receiving the vaccine prevents infection. Therefore, even after receiving the vaccine two doses of the vaccine, it is important to continue to adhere to the rules of the MDW: mouth mask and nose, a distance of 2 meters from other people, and hand washing. The combination of these measures and the vaccine will allow maximum protection against the virus.

Please note - do not leave quarantine for the purpose of receiving a vaccine.


Rights and obligations of recoverees and vaccinators

As of Sunday, 21.2.2021, those who have been vaccinated against the virus in two doses of vaccine and at least a week has elapsed since receiving the second vaccine, as well as recoverees who hold a recovery certificate or a serological test (antibodies) indicating that they have been ill with the virus, can issue a Green Pass, allowing entry to businesses and public places in Israel that require the presentation of the Green Pass. Learn more about the Green Pass and the activities that can be done by it. Link to a Green Pass article.

In addition, recoverees and vaccinators are entitled to exemption from quarantine after close contact with a verified patient or returning from abroad, upon presentation of a vaccination certificate or recovery certificate. Please note: Those who went abroad and were vaccinated in a second dose, but 7 days have not yet passed, must stay in quarantine when they return to Israel.

These days, all those entering Israel, including recovering and vaccinated, are required to present a negative result in a corona test before boarding or entering Israel, and perform an additional corona test when landing or entering Israel. You can apply to enter without a test in this link.

In addition, holders of a recovery certificate can return to work, and will not be examined again for Corona unless there is a clinical suspicion of recurrence of the virus, and after individual discretion of the attending physicians.

For information about the recovery time from Corona - visit the website of the Ministry of Health.


Green Pass, Vaccination Certificate and Recovery Certificate

The Green Pass - is the official name for the certificate issued by the Ministry of Health to vaccinators and recovering people. The Pass grants its holder permission to enter activities, which are defined in the regulations, but does not grant an exemption from quarantine.

Vaccination certificate - issued by the HMO or the Ministry of Health, to people who have been vaccinated with two vaccine doses, about a week after receiving the second vaccine dose, not including the day of the second vaccination. It includes information in Hebrew and English in an international format for the benefit of travelers abroad, and provides an exemption from quarantine after exposure to a verified patient or return from abroad.

Recovery certificate - issued by the HMO or the Ministry of Health, to people who have recovered from the virus. Those who are not insured with an HMO, can contact a private doctor, or a doctor's office, or a pre-clinic, in order to obtain a recovery certificate. The service will be provided for a fee and regardless of the Ministry of Health. The certificate grants an exemption from quarantine after exposure to a verified patient or return from abroad.

To issue a Vaccination Certificate, a Recovery Certificate or a Green Pass – enter this link


Contacting your HMO:

Clalit - by telephone at *2700 or via the HMO’s website
Maccabi - by telephone at *3555 or via the HMO’s website
Leumit - by telephone at 1-700-507-507 or via the HMO’s website
Meuhedet - by telephone at *3833 or via the HMO’s website