Tunisia: No more compulsory PCR tests | tourism up-to-date

Tunisia has once again adjusted the entry regulations. Fully vaccinated travelers therefore no longer need a PCR test for entry. According to the Tunisian Tourist Office, a negative rapid corona test that is no more than 24 hours old at check-in is sufficient. The same rule applies to children over the age of six.

At check-in, holidaymakers must present their vaccination certificate and two printed and filled-in documents from the Tunisian Ministry of Health. This must first be filled out online.

Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated travelers are still not allowed to enter the North African country.

Upon arrival in Tunisia, rapid test or PCR test spot checks may occur. If a test is positive, passengers must isolate themselves for five days. If corona symptoms occur, the quarantine must be extended to seven days, the tourist office further announced.


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