Tunisia reopens to tourism: the rules to follow

    All the news for those who want to spend their holidays in one of the most sought-after destinations in this pearl of the Mediterranean

    La Tunisia reopens to tourists and introduces new rules for entry into the country, effective June 1st. In view of the start of the tourist season, the Tunisian Government has announced some news for those who want to spend their holidays in one of the most sought-after destinations in this pearl of the Mediterranean with exotic atmospheres and a thousand attractions.



    News that arrive in conjunction with the launch of the vaccination program of the first group of workers in the sector in different regions of the North African nation, who work permanently in hotels and restaurants, travel agencies, museums and archaeological sites, including tourist guides and all employees who are in close contact with visitors.

    In particular, A negative PCR test is no longer required for the following cases: travelers who have received the two doses of vaccine and who present the digital certificate with QR Code; passengers who have contracted Covid-19 in the six weeks prior to the boarding date, upon presentation of a medical certificate from healing occurred issued by the competent health authorities.

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    All travelers over the age of 12 who do not possess one of the two requirements will, however, be required to present a negative PCR test. carried out in the 72 hours prior to boarding, equipped with a QR Code or provided by the competent health authorities. They will also have to download the “E7mi” application before the trip e fill out the health surveillance form and the commitment to undergo voluntary self-isolation, to be delivered printed and signed upon entry into Tunisia. Finally, they will be required to observe a period of 7-day home quarantine.



    The same rules also apply to travelers arriving in Tunisia on board charter or scheduled flights within a organized trip, who also have the obligation to remain in a group from the moment of their entry into the country, for tourist transport, accommodation and travel inside and outside accommodation facilities, as well as to strictly observe the Anti-Covid-19 health protocol drawn up byTunisian National Tourist Office (Ontt).


    Finally, the Government of Tunis has announced that they can be executed random rapid tests on arrival for some passengers and that positive cases will be placed in isolation in a dedicated center.
    As always, to stay updated on travel restrictions in Tunisia we recommend monitoring the Farnesina website 'Viaggiare Sicuri'.



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    Monastir, Tunisia
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