Tunisia Imposes COVID-19 Vaccine Pass

FILE PHOTO: A man receives a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at a vaccination centre in Tunis, Tunisia, April 26, 2021. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui

Tunisia’s presidential decree on Friday announced imposing COVID-19 vaccine passes on Tunisians and all foreign visitors.

According to the decree the pass will also be required to enter cafes, restaurants, hotels and tourist establishments, officials, employees and users are required to show a card proving inoculation against the coronavirus to access public and private administrations

The decree showed that the jobs of employees who did not receive vaccination in the public and private sectors will be suspended until the vaccine pass is presented.

The vaccine pass will also be a necessary document for travelling abroad. The decree says that authorities should give a pass to every person who has received the vaccination. It will also be given to foreign visitors who present a certificate of vaccination upon arrival.

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The Tunisian Ministry of Health confirmed that more than 4.2 million Tunisians out of about 11.6 million residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccination,

Tunisia last month entirely lifted its nightly curfew after about a year in force, as outbreaks of the virus diminished.

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