Tunisia drops PCR test entry requirement

By Lisa James
14/10/2021
Home » Tunisia drops PCR test entry requirement

Tunisia is ditching its requirement for fully vaccinated visitors to prove a negative PCR test to get into the country.

The policy applies from Saturday 16 October, for all double-jabbed visitors who can prove they’ve had their second jab at least 14 days before travel.

Children under 12 are also exempt from the PCR test.

Authorities may, however, carry out random rapid tests on arriving passengers.

All other visitors who are not fully vaccinated must self-isolate for seven days in a quarantine hotel and must take a second PCR test at their own expense on Day 6 of quarantine.

All visitors must complete and show a 02 e-form.

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