Updated September 20, 2021

Healthy Travel Standards

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Holy Land Healthy Travel Standards General Healthy Travel Standards


Traveling back to the US 

If traveling internationally, you must get a COVID-19 test no more than 3 days before you return by air to the United States. You are required to show a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before boarding a flight to the United States. ETS will help guests on our trips to make sure they are able to get the testing and documentation needed to return home.


 

Greece

9-22-21

If the traveler is vaccinated, no COVID-19 testing is required to enter Greece. If the traveler is unvaccinated, a PCR test within 72 hours or a Antigen test within 48 hours prior to departure is required. 

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Mexico

9-22-21

Flights to Mexico are available and there are no testing requirements in place to enter (you can expect temperature checks and other screenings upon arrival). 

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Egypt

9-22-21

Travelers from North America may enter 14 days after vaccination and holding vaccination cards with QR Code.

Travelers from the US to Egypt need to present a negative PCR Covid-19 test result taken no more than 96 hours before flight departure. 

Travelers must present paper copies; digital copies aren't accepted. Children 5 and younger are exempt. You may be required to show proof of health insurance. 

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Germany

9-22-21

Effective August 1, 2021, all travelers ages 12 and older must submit proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter by land, sea, or air. 

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Turkey

9-22-21

A PCR test is required for individuals over the age of 12 who are unable to show proof of vaccination. Passengers arriving in Turkey will be required to complete an information form and will be checked for COVID-19 symptoms. 

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