Israel’s Final Covid Entry Rule to be Discarded | Chaim V’Chessed

From the onset of the Corona pandemic, Israel closed its borders to most non-citizens. In March 2022, the country opened to all travelers, regardless of citizenship or vaccination status. However, until now, the Online Health Declaration is still required of all travelers prior to entering Israel.

Today, the Ministry of Health announced that this requirement will be canceled beginning October 9 at midnight (the night between Saturday and Sunday).

With this move, the final remaining Covid entry rule will be discarded.

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  1. It’s because their massive fraud (and that of the whole world) is being exposed. Israel sold itself to Pfizer. Covid is man-made, and Fauci knew that HCQ/Ivermectin worked from before declaring the shutdown, and had plans for the vaccine before then too.
    See the book by McCullough and Leak — the most published cardiologist in the world – and Leak, a true crime author — exposing all the fraud. The wanted to have people die to push a new vaccine and make many billions for the severely deranged billionaires of the world. And there is an agenda of depopulation which Bill Gates speaks about publicly. Yemach shemam

    • Thank you for this information.
      I did not realize that certain people here in America were so corrupt.
      The level of corruption is mind boggling.
      I hope Mashiach comes soon.

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