Tunisia relaxes entry rules

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Tunisia relaxes entry rules

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North African Tunisia no longer requires a negative PCR test from fully vaccinated individuals. In future, an antigen rapid test result that must not be older than 24 hours can also be submitted.

It is also required that two forms must be filled out online. These must be carried in printed form. The airlines are instructed to check the availability of vaccination certificates, test results and the forms at the latest during boarding.

Children under the age of six are generally exempt. Vaccination and at least an antigen rapid test as well as the forms must be presented from the age of six. With a few exceptions, people who are not vaccinated against Covid-19 are not allowed to enter Tunisia. The tourism office points out that random corona tests can be carried out at all border crossings. The state bears the costs for this. If this is positive, a five-day quarantine must be started.

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