AFP FETHI BELAID
Tunisia announced the start of the process of evacuating its citizens stranded in Algeria, through the border crossing at Umm al-Tabul, at the beginning of next April.
The Tunisian embassy in Algeria stated, in a statement, that it is organizing the evacuation of all stranded Tunisian citizens to Tunisia, via the Umm al-Tabboul border crossing, at the beginning of April 2021.
She indicated that “registration will be opened for Tunisians wishing to return to the homeland within this week, with reminders of the required quarantine measures.”
On March 5, the Tunisian authorities decided to reduce the curfew hours, lift the compulsory quarantine for those coming from abroad and replace it with self-quarantine, and resume cultural activities with conditions.
The head of the National Observatory for New and Emerging Diseases, Nassaf Ben Alia, announced that “arrivals to Tunisia must show a negative analysis that does not exceed 72 hours, while doing a quarantine in a place of his choice for 48 hours, before he performs a second analysis, and if it is proven negative, he can go about his life. Normally “.
Source: “Mosaique FM” + RT