Tunisia Relaxes Covid Entry Rules

14 February 2022
Tunisia Relaxes Covid Entry Rules
The Tunisian embassy in London has recently confirmed that Tunisia will relax its COVID entry rules for all fully vaccinated travellers, effective now. The new rule changes mean that existing mandatory requirements to take a COVID-19 test before entry will be dropped for adults over the age of 18, providing they present a certificate, or vaccine pass, to prove they are fully vaccinated.

The Tunisian Foreign Office stated: “If you are vaccinated, you will need to present official evidence of your vaccinations, but you will no longer be required to provide a PCR or rapid flow test to enter the country.”

However, children over the age of six who are not fully vaccinated are still required to take a PCR test less than 48 hours before travel; or must provide evidence of a negative rapid lateral flow test (including a QR code) taken less than 24 hours before check-in. Upon arrival in Tunisia, passengers may be tested at random by local authorities – if the result is positive, they will be required to self-isolate for a minimum of five days.

After becoming the latest North African country to relax entry rules, spring flights to Tunisia are due to take place with weekly routes available from Gatwick and Manchester, via local carrier Nouvelair.


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