Green Pass eligibility criteria have been updated on 3.10.2021. Any Pass issued prior to this date has been made void (even if the validity on it is 31.12.2021) and it cannot be used to enter facilities that must comply with the Green Pass requirements. To get a Green Pass with an updated validity, request a new one.
Changes to the Green Pass
Due to changes in Green Pass eligibility criteria, any Pass issued prior to the 3.10.2021 has been made void. If you photocopied or printed a Green Pass that was issued before this date, the embedded QR code will no longer work and you will be not allowed to enter facilities that must comply with the Green Pass restrictions.
Therefore, a new Pass is required.
Request a new Green Pass in accordance with current guidance, and the new design and validity
*Due to expected massive traffic on 3.10.2021, there may be issues with the Pass request process on the Traffic Light (Ramzor) website. If so, please try later.
Who is eligible for a Green Pass and what is its validity?
- Those vaccinated with three doses one full week from the date of the third dose – are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the date of the third dose
- Those vaccinated with two doses one full week from the date of the second dose – are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the date of the second dose
People who have recovered from COVID-19 (effective through 16.10.2021 and including)
- Those who have recovered are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the date of issuance of the recovery certificate
- Those who have recovered and subsequently been vaccinated are eligible for a Green Pass valid through 31.3.2022
People who have recovered from COVID-19 (effective 17.10.2021 and later)
- Those whose recovery had been confirmed by a serologic test (even if they did not previously test positive in a PCR test) and received later at least one dose of the vaccine are eligible for a Green Pass valid through 31.3.2022
- Those whose recovery had been confirmed by a positive PCR test and later received at least one dose of the vaccine (before or after recovery) are eligible for a Green Pass valid through 31.3.2022
- Those whose recovery had been confirmed by a positive PCR test and did not receive the third dose of the vaccine are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the date of issuance the recovery certificate
- Children under 12 years and three months whose recovery has been confirmed by a serological test are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the issuing date of the certificate of recovery
- Children 12 years and three months old or younger whose recovery had been confirmed by a positive PCR test followed by a negative PCR test are eligible for a Green Pass valid for six months from the date of issuance the recovery certificate
- Daily Green Passes for those who take a rapid test
Adults and children with a negative PCR test result can request a daily Green Pass, which is valid for only 24 hours from the time of testing
Exemptions from showing a Green Pass
- Children 3 years of age or younger
- Children 12 years and 3 months old or younger with a disability certificate
Where can you get the Green Pass?
- The Traffic Light website (the Pass can be printed)
- The Traffic Light App (Google Play, App Store)
- Self-service stations across the country (view the map)
- The Ministry of Health Hotline at *5400
- Owners of a kosher phone, a fax machine and an unblocked number: Via an interactive voice response system at 02-5082000
This service has two stages:
- Provide your I.D. or passport or visa number (the number with which you have identified yourself with when you got vaccinated or tested) as well as your date of birth
- Answer a return call or a one-time verification code (to the number listed on your HMO record)
If you are eligible for a Green Pass, you will be required to enter a fax number at the return call and the Pass will be faxed back within a few hours.
If you are not eligible for a Green Pass, the interactive voice response system will inform you accordingly and the call will end.
Notice: The interactive voice response system is only available for callers from unblocked numbers.
The Ministry of Health is the only authorized body that can issue a Green Pass. HMOs are not authorized to issue a Green Pass, only COVID certificates.
What personal information is required to get the Green Pass?
- Identity document number
If the identification number that your HMO has is your passport number or your visa number, enter them instead of the identity document number
- Your mobile phone number - the one that your HMO has on record
- Date of birth
Frequently-asked questions about the Green Pass
Where is the Green Pass accepted?
The Green Pass is recognized within the jurisdiction of the State of Israel.
The Green Pass may not be used outside of Israel or for leaving Israel. Different certificates (COVID certificates, negative results to a coronavirus test, permission from the Exceptions Committee or several documents combined) might be required in different countries.
Further information on the certificate to present when entering or leaving Israel
What facilities must comply with the Green Pass requirements?
- Culture and sporting events
- Conferences and exhibits
- Gyms, studios, pools, and country clubs
- Houses of worship with more than 50 people
- Event venues and gardens
- Restaurants, bars, dining rooms, and cafes
- Museums and libraries
- Tourist attractions and amusement parks
- Universities and establishments of higher learning
- Any gathering with more than 100 people
Current information on facilities that must comply with the Green Pass restrictions in your locality
How to access facilities that must comply with the Green Pass restrictions?
If you want to access facilities that must comply with the Green Pass restrictions, you must present one of the two certificates below:
- A Green Pass, along with identification (I.D., driver's license, passport).
Present the Pass on a Traffic Light App screen or a hardcopy with a QR code
- 2. Negative results of a privately-funded rapid (antigen) test, valid for 24 hours from the time of testing
Children 12 years and 3 months of age or younger, and people with contraindications for vaccination with the vaccine for coronavirus are eligible for a publicly funded test in accredited testing stations across the country.
How to request a Green Pass with a rapid test result?
Individuals who are required to stay in isolation or confirmed cases will be denied entry without exception, even if they present a Green Pass or negative coronavirus test results.
Access of children to facilities that must comply with Green Pass requirements
Children 18 years of age or younger who are eligible for a Green Pass (that meet the eligibility criteria given above) - their Green Pass will be automatically added to their parents' Green Pass. If they do not have an identity document yet, they may present a photocopy of their parents' identity document, including the slip.
Children between age 3 and age 12 years and 3 months who are not eligible for a Green Pass may enter if they present negative test results in a rapid test with a QR code taken no more than 24 hours before the time of planned entry. Alternately, they can request a Green Pass with these test results by scanning the QR code on the Traffic Light App.
How to issue a Green Pass with rapid test results
Masks are required throughout your visit to the Jerusalem CInematheque, inside and outside the screening halls