Tunisia has eased its restrictions for unvaccinated UK travelers. Unjabbed visitors previously had to quarantine for five days on arrival.
Mandatory self-isolation has now been scrapped, with those who aren’t fully vaccinated able to show proof of a negative PCR test taken no more than 48 hours before arrival or a lateral flow test taken no more than 24 hours before entry instead.
Children aged 17 and under don’t need to test, even if unvaccinated.
Fully jabbed UK travelers can enter Tunisia without having to test or self-isolate.
However, on arrival into Tunisia, all travelers may be subject to a random rapid lateral flow or PCR test.
“If you test positive, you will need to self-isolate at your own accommodation for five days,” reads the Foreign Office (FCDO) advice.
“If your symptoms persist, you will need to self-isolate for another two days.”
On arrival in Tunisia, travelers must also share contact details and travel information with the authorities.
Tunisia is the latest in a long line of destination to relax COVID entry requirements, with many countries having scrapped all restrictions, including testing for unvaccinated visitors.