Tunisia tightens entry rules for young families

By Linsey McNeill
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Tunisia will change its entry rules from 1 December to require a negative PCR test from everyone from the age of six.

At the moment, under 12s are exempt from testing.

The PCRs must be taken less than 72 hours before travel and carry dated evidence of a negative result, including a QR code.

Tunisia has also extended mandatory quarantine in a government-approved hotel to 10 days for unvaccinated arrivals.

Under 18s who are exempt from quarantine, as long as they aren’t travelling with an unvaccinated adult, but they must self-isolate in their accommodation.

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