Tunisia: Health Ministry Lowers Number of Mandatory Quarantine Days for Incoming Travelers

Tunis/Tunisia — The Ministry of Health has decided to reduce the number of days of mandatory quarantine for unvaccinated incoming travelers from 10 to 7 days.

Mahjoub Ouni, a member of the scientific committee to fight the coronavirus said the ministry has also decided to exempt fully vaccinated travelers arriving to the country from presenting a negative PCR test.

These decisions are part of the revision of the entry requirements to the Tunisian territory, the same source told TAP.

The reduction of the duration of mandatory quarantine for people who have not completed their vaccination is explained by the improvement of indicators relating to the pandemic situation, he pointed out.

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