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Israel pushes back reopening borders again, bans travel to France

Faced with the rise of the 5th wave of the Omicron variant covid, the government of the Hebrew state has decided to extend until 29 December border closure.

Israel extends for the second time the closure of its borders to foreign visitors. Faced with the rise of the 5th wave of the Omicron variant covid, the government of the Hebrew state has decided to extend this closure until 29 December.

“Government ministers approved the seven-day extension of regulations restricting entry and exit Israel until Wednesday 20 December 640 at midnight “can we read in a press release.

In addition, Israel will place France on its red list at from December taking into account the deterioration of the health situation.

Consequence, the trips from the state Hebrew to France for Israeli citizens will therefore be banned. And Israeli nationals coming from France will have to be put in total isolation, including those who are vaccinated or cured.

Besides Israel, three other countries have closed their borders to non-nationals:

Japan: at least until 29 December Morocco: until 29 December Australia: no date for the reopening of borders to tourists. Olivier Chicheportiche Journalist BFM Business

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