Many foreign nationals from East Asian nations who are visiting Israel will be flown back to their nations of origin in the coming days, the Israel Airport Authority said in an announcement Monday.
There are right now somewhere in the range of 800 and 900 such foreign nationals visiting Israel.
There is no particular number of what number of are from South Korea, however, specialists said an agent of the South Korean consulate will be accessible, in light of the list of foreign nationals gave by the Ministry of Tourism.
Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport has been set up for the flight of these foreign nationals.
Starting the previous night, 622 South Korean residents who were visiting Israel have come back to South Korea. Another 879 foreign nationals from other East Asian nations have additionally get back, the airport authority said.
Israel has limited entry for any foreign national who has been to China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore over the last 14 days.