Last updated: 1 March 2023 at 2:30 p.m. Israeli time
Note: Updated information is in red.
Owing to the improved condition in Israel regarding the spread of the coronavirus disease, while all those intending to come on pilgrimage or a brief visit are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated, it is no longer a requirement to visit the Bahá’í World Centre.
Requirements before travelling to Israel:
The following is currently required before departure to Israel:
- Evidence of health insurance with coverage for the treatment of COVID-19
- Negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure for all those travelling from China including those stopping over for more than 12 hours.
You are strongly encouraged to avoid travelling within Israel prior to your pilgrimage or visit, so as to avoid the risk of becoming infected.
In view of the current security conditions in the region, for the time being, you are asked not to visit Jerusalem.