Visiting the Museum with the Green Pass

Updated: Oct 26, 2021

How is the Green Pass issued?

Entry to venues that comply with the Green Pass Scheme

You can enter a venue that complies with the Green Pass Scheme if you show one of the two documents below:

  • Green Pass with an I.D.

  • Negative test results (a rapid test or a privately-funded PCR test)

Access shall be denied to anyone who must stay in isolation or confirmed COVID-19 patients (if confirmed by contact tracing or positive PCR test result).

NOTE: Children 12 years and 3 months of age or younger with a quick access card (queue jumping) are exempt from presenting a Green Pass.

Showing the Green Pass

Digital copy: You need to show the App screen with the animation. The venue can scan the Green Pass code with a special feature for venues in the Traffic Light App. • Printed Green Pass, including the QR code.

The Pass should be presented with a document of identification (ID, driver's license, passport).

Minors who do not have an identification document yet may present their parent's identification document (or a photocopy thereof), including the slip, and their Green Pass (either on the application or in printed form).

Showing Test Results

You can show the QR code that you received after testing negative in one of the following tests as an alternative to the Green Pass:

  • Rapid test (antigen): valid for 24 hours from sampling time. Everyone 3 to 12 years and three months of age and people with a contraindication to vaccination with the COVID-19 vaccine are eligible for a publicly-funded rapid test in the stations accredited by the Ministry of Health.

  • Privately-funded PCR test: valid for 72 hours.

Further information on tests and rapid tests.

In hotels: When you check in, it will be possible to show PCR test results from the last 72 hours and these shall remain effective for the entire duration of the stay (children aged 3-12 and people with a contraindication to the COVID-19 vaccine who wish to take a vacation in a hotel in Israel may take a PCR test free of charge in HMO clinics or in Home Front Command's stations).

Information for business owners: "Green Pass guide for business owners"