Israel’s ban on foreigners currently runs through 6/15, though it has been extended several times and seems likely to be further extended.
There are exceptions, including students and people attending the wedding of a sibling, child, or grandchild.
However, until now, Israelis and foreigners who qualify for an exception to enter Israel must go into home quarantine for 14 days.
If you qualify for entry, already had symptoms and have a medical summary of your illness and recovery, had a positive COVID-19 test, followed by a negative COVID-19 test, and had a positive antibody test, you can qualify to bypass the 14 day quarantine.
You will have to undergo a COVID-19 test when you land in Israel and enter quarantine until the results of that test are ready. Within 3 days you’ll have the results of the test and if it’s negative, you are free to leave quarantine immediately.
Hopefully Israel will implement a COVID-19 test like the rapid breathalyzer so that the process can be streamlined further.
The real question is will Israel start to allow foreigners into the country on condition that they meet these qualifications, before they start allowing all foreigners in? And will other countries do the same?