Tunisia starts vaccinating tourism staff as it relaxes entry rules

By Lisa James
02/06/2021
Home » Tunisia starts vaccinating tourism staff as it relaxes entry rules

Tunisia has relaxed its entry criteria for UK visitors who have proof they’ve been fully vaccinated for COVID.

The amber-listed country is also beginning a vaccination rollout of local staff who come in direct contact with tourists, such as those working in hotels, restaurants, museums and as tourist guides.

British holidaymakers visiting Tunisia who can prove they’ve had both COVID vaccinations will now not need to quarantine on arrival or present a negative PCR test.

Both the NHS app or the paper document issued at the time of vaccination are acceptable as proof.

Brits who’ve tested positive for COVID at least six weeks before their holiday, and children under 12, are also exempt from having to quarantine or provide a negative test result.

All other arrivals will have to provide a negative PCR test and remain in their hotel for seven days.

Visitors who are part of an organised tour are not required to quarantine, but must remain within the group, use pre-booked transport and accommodation, and comply with official COVID protocols.

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