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Exercise a high degree of caution in Tunisia due to the high threat of terrorist attack. Safety is getting worse in Libya and Algeria. This has led to unstable security in Tunisia, particularly near the borders. Your policy needs to cover all overseas medical costs, including medical evacuation. If you can't afford travel insurance, you can't afford to travel.
This applies to everyone, no matter how healthy and fit you are. Consider your physical and mental health before you travel, especially if you have an existing medical condition. Not all medication available over the counter or by prescription in Australia is available in other countries. Some may even be considered illegal or a controlled substance, even if prescribed by an Australian doctor.
If you plan to bring medication, check if it's legal in Tunisia. Take enough legal medication for your trip. Standards of medical facilities in Tunisia's major centres are generally good.
Medical services in smaller cities and rural and remote areas are limited. Most staff in hospitals speak French, not English. Hospitals or doctors need payment before they'll treat you, even in an emergency.
Even with proof of insurance, you may be required to pay up front. You may need initial treatment or assessment at a public hospital before you can go to a private clinic. If you become seriously ill or injured, you may need to be evacuated to a place with suitable facilities.