No the Church states there is no salvation outside the Church.
That’s goes for Jew’s, Muslims, Pagans and Protestants.
There is a more complicated theology about imperfect communion in that by virtue of Baptism Protestants are part of the mystical body of Christ but are not in communion with all the Churches sacraments and teachings.
In theory if a person is ignorant of Catholicism and never had it preached to them or considered it or even interacted with another Catholic and said person lived the best they could and obeyed God the best of their ability then there is a theoretical possiblity of salvation.
Same goes with other religions but you have to be ignorant to the gospel and the Church.
It’s not a theology you go preaching about.
We shouldn’t be telling people to stay where that are at.
Granted there is an appropriate time to evangelize but to just chalk it up to well they are a good person they will probably go to heaven is awfully presumptuous.
Even Pope Francis echoed in the beginning of his Papacy that there is no salvation outside the Church.
So if Protestants are saved or even Jews it’s is through Christ and his mystical body which is One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.
Nobody wants to be preached to but there is a difference from preaching and shoving religion down a person’s throat and against their will.
If the Jews or any other group won’t hear the truth then we dust off our feet and go to the next group or person.