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Tunisia removes quarantine requirement for vaccinated travellers

Officials in Tunisia have confirmed the lifting of Covid-19-related restrictions

Fully-vaccinated travellers, or those who have tested positive for Covid-19 at least six weeks before their departure date, will no longer need to quarantine or provide a negative PCR test result before they travel. Instead, they must submit a medical certificate proving they have already recovered from the virus, supplied by the relevant health authorities.

Vaccinated travellers will undergo rapid tests on arrival and those testing positive will quarantine in dedicated centres.

All other travellers, aged 12 and over, must present a negative PCR test, taken 72 hours before travelling to Tunisia and self-isolate for seven days. If they are part of an organised trip, they are exempt from self-isolating. However, they must remain in their groups, use pre-booked transport and accommodation and comply with official Covid-19 protocols.

Rapid tests will also be conducted upon arrival and those with positive results will be required to quarantine in dedicated centres. 

 

 

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