While Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has praised the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic in a manner that lets the economy remain open, one sector that is still closed is incoming tourism. A proposal now before the government would allow a phased reopening to individual vaccinated tourists  from November 1st – granting entry to visitors from select countries who have either received a recent booster shot, or a 2nd dose of the vaccine in the past six months. Some professionals in the incoming tourism industry see problems with the criteria, and say that PCR testing protocols have proven to be effective in  preventing the entry of variants by tourists. They are organizing a campaign calling on the government to fully reopen the country to incoming tourism – and until then, to continue to provide economic support to those who work in the sector. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from tour guide Yoav Rotem.