Tunisia Covid-19 Travel Information

Summary of Tunisia Coronavirus Situation

Last Updated:

10 December, 2020
Since 16 November 2020, all travellers need to present a negative Covid-19 test result no older than 72 hours, upon arrival. A short online questionnaire must be completed by all travellers before travelling. All travellers must download and use the Tunisian government’s “track and trace” app on their mobile phones. Upon arrival, all travellers need to quarantine for 14 days at a place of residence, a government-approved hotel or quarantine centre. Quarantine may end after the 7th day, if the traveller is willing to pay for a second PCR test and the result comes back negative. Since 27 June 2020, Tunisia reopened its borders to international tourists.
Tunisia Travel Restrictions for UK Travellers

Border Status: *

Border Opening Date:

Quarantine in Force: **

Quarantine Duration (Days):

Quarantine In Force Until:


Travel Permitted for UK Nationals?:


* Although borders may technically be open for essential travel, for medical reasons, or travel from other countries, we list border status as “closed” until leisure travel restrictions are lifted for UK travellers.

** Quarantine in force refers to the quarantine status at the destination and not in the United Kingdom.

Additional Information

Countries Travel Permitted From:

All countries

Face Masks Usage:


Public Gathering Limit:


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