Weather of Arabia - Today, Saturday, Tunisia opened its maritime, land and air borders, following a nearly four-month ban due to "Corona", after a classification of the epidemiological status of Corona virus has been applied to the various countries that ended the period of comprehensive quarantine and announced the opening of its borders.
The Ministry of Health has announced a list of countries classified as “green” (with a low prevalence of the epidemic), orange (with a medium prevalence of the epidemic), and red “with high infections. It is expected that the classification of the epidemiological status of countries be updated every week, and the list will be published on the official website of the Ministry the health.
Tunisia ranks countries according to the Corona epidemic situation
- The list of countries classified as green, and those coming from these countries are not subject to special preventive measures, and it includes nearly 42 countries from all over the world, most notably: Malta, Italy, Germany, Austria, Syossra, Luxembourg, Monaco, Croatia, Estonia, China, Japan, Taiwan.
- In the list of countries classified as orange , it is required for the entry of their citizens into Tunisia: the necessity of submitting a laboratory analysis (RT-PCR) 72 hours before traveling, provided that the date of the analysis does not exceed 120 hours upon arrival. The list includes nearly 60 countries, led by France, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Albania, Cyprus, Hungary, Lebanon, Jordan, Yemen, Iran, India and South Korea.
- As for the list of countries classified as red : they are countries with high epidemiological prevalence, and they are countries where the Ministry of Health did not list, and for these countries, the opening of the borders is currently limited to Tunisian expatriates residing in it provided that analysis (RT PCR) before traveling to Tunisia by 72 An hour provided that the date of the analysis does not exceed 120 hours upon arrival, with the necessity of complying with the compulsory quarantine for a period of 7 days at his expense.
Tourist groups and hotel residents are allowed to visit museums, monuments and tourist archaeological sites while respecting the health protocol in each site.