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Since 27 June, borders have been open to international travelers. From 16 November, rules have changed and instead of categorizing risk levels by the country you are traveling from, there is now one set of guidelines applied to all people arriving in Tunisia.
For more information, check the Tunisian Ministry of Public Health website.
Face masks are mandatory in public spaces, and social distancing measures continue to apply. Be prepared for restrictions to be imposed with little notice if cases of COVID-19 spike, and follow the advice of your government's travel advice before booking a trip.
Since the country was impacted by several terror related incidents in June 2015; the Tunisian government declared a state of emergency which has been extended several times. In early October 2018. the government extended it by a month.
How safe is Tunisia for travelers? Travel writer, Sarah Woods, answers questions about crime, etiquette and safety for families and LGBTQ+ visitors.
Ultimately, it's up to you to research and weigh up any potential risks before traveling to any country. And always consider your government's travel advice.
Make yourself aware of a few tips on what to do if you're unfortunate enough to be caught up in a terror attack.
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Just how safe is Tunisia for travelers? Sarah Woods answers all our common questions about crime, etiquette and safety for families and LGBTQ+ visitors.