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Entry Requirements

Valid passport, identity card for organized trips (with hotel reservation).

 

Travel Statement : Updated 25th February 2022

As part of the efforts made to revive tourism activity in Tunisia, the Tunisian National Tourist Office is pleased to inform its international partners that following the improvement of indicators related to COVID-19, the entry requirements for Tunisia have become more flexible as follows starting from 26th February 2022:

• Pre-departure Testing is no longer required for vaccinated passengers (over 18). However, it is essential to present on arrival a vaccine certificate proving the completion of the vaccination schedule against Covid-19 or a vaccination passport issued by the health authorities of the country of residence.

• Children under the age of 18 are not required to present either the result of a negative test or a certificate proving the completion of the vaccination schedule against COVID-19 or a vaccination passport issued by the health authorities of the country of residence. 

• Passengers over the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated or who have not completed their vaccination schedule are required to present a 48h negative RT-PCR test or an antigen (Lateral Flow) test for at least 24 hours at the check-in. They are also subjected to a 5-day self-quarantine.

• Random tests on arrival are applied to people over 18 years of age. In the case of a positive result, the passenger will be subject to self-isolation for a period of 05 days and in the event of persistence of symptoms, the self-isolation is extended for two (02) other days.

• The online Tunisian Passenger Locator form “E7mi” is removed until further notice.

• Suspension of the preliminary authorisation issued by the Ministry of Health for people arriving in Tunisia for medical care. The above conditions remain valid.

 

• Update of the health protocols of the different sectors:

1. From 1st March 2022

⦁Increasing the capacity of outdoor spaces to 100%

⦁Increasing the capacity of indoor spaces to 75% with the requirement to present the vaccination passport, wear the mask and ventilate the spaces.

⦁Increasing the capacity of the tourist transport to 100%

2. From 1st April 2022

⦁Increasing the capacity of indoor spaces to 100% with the requirement to present the vaccination passport, wear the mask and ventilate the spaces.

⦁Intensification of vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 and strengthening of vaccine passport control and individual precautionary measures in each sector of activity.

         It should be noted that the update of the health protocols is done according to the evolution of the pandemic situation.