COVID-19 and expatriation in Tunisia

Hello everybody,

The COVID-19 crisis inevitably impacts Tunisia, between closed airports or periods of containment in some cities or even the entire country .
We would like to hear from you during this unusual period, to find out what the consequences of this pandemic are on your expatriation or expatriation project in Tunisia.

Does the current crisis call into question your long-term expatriation project?
If you are already settled in Tunisia, do you plan to return to your home country?

How are you living through such an uncertain period, especially if you are far from your loved ones?

Have any of you ended your expatriation in Tunisia unexpectedly?

Paradoxically, has this crisis brought you closer to some people?

What are your plans for the future?

Thank you very much for your feedback.

Hope you are doing well.


Realised how lucky I am tobe  living here in the lovely sunshine. My Tunisian neighbours have been great bringing me fresh veg fromtheir garden.I live in a cul de sac and yes it has brought us all closer helping each other.

It's definitely put a kink in things. I left Tunisia in mid February and expected to return In June, however I'm starting to wonder if that'll happen. It's such an issue trying to plan flights and having uncertainty of when to purchase my ticket or move forward with my summer plans. God willing I'll have some summer time on the beaches.

Some people love to live in Tunisia  because life and people are wonderful