Tunisian authorities on Saturday announced a target from 18 to 24 January to limit the spread of the Kovid-19 epidemic in the country.
“Targeted imprisonment includes a ban on all demonstrations and ceremonies, as well as traveling between areas, reducing curfew and enforcing alternative work and telework”, a spokesman for the Tunisian Ministry of Health specifies and new and emerging diseases Director of the National Observatory for, Nisaf ben Alaya.
In statements to the press, it said that in view of the consequences of general imprisonment, from 14 January to 17 January, the Scientific Committee would propose a number of measures to be taken to reduce and avoid serious cases. The collapse of the health system in the country.
The official recalled that the Scientific Committee had proposed the establishment of a three-week general imprisonment to the national body to fight against coronovirus, while the body opted for a normal imprisonment of four days. Targeted keeping in mind the difficulties facing Tunisia.
Ben Alaia pointed out that the increase in the number of cases detected has resulted in an increase in the number of tests conducted that have evolved from 6 to 15,000 trials per day, therefore, allowing to know the true level of spread of coronavirus in the country. All areas of.
The daily epidemiological toll of the new coronovirus in Tunisia has deteriorated over the past 24 hours, with 4,170 cases of infection and 50 additional deaths.
Since March 2, there have been 175,065 confirmed deaths in Tunisia, including 5,528 deaths.
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