Tunisia presented the green list. Romania is NOT on this list.
The Tunisian Ministry of Health made public, on July 8, 2020, the new classification of countries according to the level of risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Romania is NOT on Tunisia's green list
The Tunisian authorities have decided to maintain Romania on the orange list of states with medium epidemiological incidence. Citizens traveling from Romania to Tunisia must present at the entrance to Tunisia the negative result of a PCR test performed 72 hours before the trip.
All citizens arriving from Romania are subject to isolation for 14 days with the possibility of performing a second PCR test 6 days after arrival in Tunisia.
If the result is negative, the isolation period may end immediately after obtaining this result. For arrivals by sea, the PCR test must be performed 72 hours before embarkation and must not exceed 120 hours upon disembarkation.
We remind you that Romania has included Tunisia on the green list of states exempted from the recommendation of quarantine / isolation measures starting July 7, 2020.