2 more countries confirm that they will allow the entry of fully vaccinated tourists from November 01, 2021, even as the world's coronavirus cases rise again.

Hawaii

One of the most beautiful island destinations in the world, Hawaii has announced that it will officially welcome tourists on November 1, 2021.

The announcement was made by state governor David Ige on Tuesday. He took to Twitter and tweeted, "I'm encouraged by the continuing trend of lower case counts of COVID in our islands. Our hospitals are doing better and seeing fewer patients. This gives us the ability to move forward in our economic recovery and safely welcome back fully vaccinated domestic travelers."

The state will allow non-essential as well as business travelers to visit the island. The governor further said that he would monitor the number of cases and hospitalizations in the islands as the health and safety of the residents is of paramount importance.

Earlier, the governor told travelers to Hawaii to delay their trips due to rising cases on the island, but he never officially stopped the state's "safe travel" program. Under this programme, domestic visitors were allowed to leave the quarantine upon arrival with proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test.

Israel 

Israel
announces plans to welcome fully vaccinated foreign tourists from November 1, 2021. The country will allow fully vaccinated tourists to enter and explore the country.

As of now, those tourists with full Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac or Sinoform vaccines will be allowed to enter the country. Also, people who have recently recovered from COVID-19 will also be allowed to enter the country if they have received a booster dose of the WHO-approved vaccine.

But the government also made it clear that tourists from Red List countries would not be allowed to enter. Also tourists from countries that are facing the outbreak of the new AY4.2 version will not be allowed. Health officials said that five cases of AY4.2 were reported in Israel on Thursday, which is a matter of concern.

The PM's office said the plan, which still has to be approved, could be updated "as new forms are developed and identified"

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