From Jerusalem Post:

The immediate family members of new immigrants who immigrated to Israel up to four years ago will be able to visit and see their relatives as of next month, the Interior Ministry has decided.The issue was raised by the Knesset Aliyah, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs Committee earlier this month, due to the many requests several MKs received from new immigrants asking that their family members from abroad be allowed to visit.

Committee chairman MK David Bitan of Likud announced on Wednesday during a committee hearing that the Interior Ministry had decided to approve the committee’s request for such visits, replacing a patchwork of various exemptions on the ban on foreign nationals entering the country since the COVID-19 crisis broke out.The new policy is expected to go into effect in the middle of December, although the precise date is not yet known. CLICK on here to read more

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