Tunisair announced that passengers to Germany, aged 6 or over, need to conform to two main provisions necessary to enter the country.
A negative PCR test certificate or antigen test approved by a doctor not surpassing 48 hours from the date of entry into Germany. Failure to give a negative result of a PCR or antigen test will result in the passenger being refused registration.
The company added that upon arrival, a new PCR or antigen test result will be carried out by the border police.
Tunisair called on passengers to inform local health authorities when entering German territory via the following website.
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