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Generally speaking, Tunisia has some of the most progressive family planning policies in Africa. You can purchase contraception over-the-counter, and you can find many forms of contraception, including pills, shots, implants, etc. You can also purchase emergency contraception (the morning after pill) without a prescription, and the government regulates the prices of EC brands, such as NorLevo. There are many places to get an STI test, and there are no travel restrictions related to HIV status. However, if you're a foreigner and applying for a long-term residency (as a worker, student, etc), you may be required to take an HIV test. If you are found to be HIV-positive, you may be denied a visa to the country. For pregnant women, there is maternity coverage in Tunisia, though only for four weeks with 66.7% of wages covered. Since 1973, abortion has been fully legal for women, regardless of reason, for the first trimester of pregnancy. There have been some reported cases of women being denied abortion services in Tunisia, but this is not common, and most women receive the abortion services that they request.
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Generally speaking, Tunisia has some of the most progressive family planning policies in Africa. You can purchase contraception (the morning after pill) over-the-counter, and you can find many forms of contraception, including pills, shots, implants, etc. You can also purchase emergency contraception (the morning after pill) without a prescription, and the government regulates the prices of EC brands, such as NorLevo. There are many places to get an STI test, and there are no travel restrictions related to HIV status. However, if you're a foreigner and applying for a long-term residency (as a worker, student, etc), you may be required to take an HIV test. If you are found to be HIV-positive, you may be denied a visa to the country. For pregnant women, there is maternity coverage in Tunisia, though only for four weeks with 66.7% of wages covered. Since 1973, abortion has been fully legal for women, regardless of reason, for the first trimester of pregnancy. There have been some reported cases of women being denied abortion services in Tunisia, but this is not common, and most women receive the abortion services that they request.

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Generally speaking, Tunisia has some of the most progressive family planning policies in Africa. You can purchase contraception over-the-counter, and you can find many forms of contraception, including pills, shots, implants, etc. You can also purchase emergency contraception (the morning after pill) without a prescription, and the government regulates the prices of EC brands, such as NorLevo. There are many places to get an STI test, and there are no travel restrictions related to HIV status. However, if you're a foreigner and applying for a long-term residency (as a worker, student, etc), you may be required to take an HIV test. If you are found to be HIV-positive, you may be denied a visa to the country. For pregnant women, there is maternity coverage in Tunisia, though only for four weeks with 66.7% of wages covered. Since 1973, abortion has been fully legal for women, regardless of reason, for the first trimester of pregnancy. There have been some reported cases of women being denied abortion services in Tunisia, but this is not common, and most women receive the abortion services that they request.
TranslationGenerally speaking, Tunisia has some of the most progressive family planning policies in Africa. You can purchase contraception (the morning after pill) over-the-counter, and you can find many forms of contraception, including pills, shots, implants, etc. You can also purchase emergency contraception (the morning after pill) without a prescription, and the government regulates the prices of EC brands, such as NorLevo. There are many places to get an STI test, and there are no travel restrictions related to HIV status. However, if you're a foreigner and applying for a long-term residency (as a worker, student, etc), you may be required to take an HIV test. If you are found to be HIV-positive, you may be denied a visa to the country. For pregnant women, there is maternity coverage in Tunisia, though only for four weeks with 66.7% of wages covered. Since 1973, abortion has been fully legal for women, regardless of reason, for the first trimester of pregnancy. There have been some reported cases of women being denied abortion services in Tunisia, but this is not common, and most women receive the abortion services that they request.

Generally speaking, Tunisia has some of the most progressive family planning policies in Africa. You can purchase contraception (the morning after pill) over-the-counter, and you can find many forms of contraception, including pills, shots, implants, etc. You can also purchase emergency contraception (the morning after pill) without a prescription, and the government regulates the prices of EC brands, such as NorLevo. There are many places to get an STI test, and there are no travel restrictions related to HIV status. However, if you're a foreigner and applying for a long-term residency (as a worker, student, etc), you may be required to take an HIV test. If you are found to be HIV-positive, you may be denied a visa to the country. For pregnant women, there is maternity coverage in Tunisia, though only for four weeks with 66.7% of wages covered. Since 1973, abortion has been fully legal for women, regardless of reason, for the first trimester of pregnancy. There have been some reported cases of women being denied abortion services in Tunisia, but this is not common, and most women receive the abortion services that they request.