World COVID-19: Tunisians are rushing on the peak vaccines of contaminations
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In Tunisia, the vaccination campaign open to all was suspended on Wednesday to the second day of Eid because of mismanagement. The Minister of Health has been limited.
with our correspondent in Tunis, Lilia Blaise
the doors of closed vaccination centers and queues to buy bread, on the second day of Eid, many Tunisians want to forget the chaos of the day before in some centers . The open vaccination campaign launched on the occasion of two days of leave suffered from a lot of disorganization and was finally suspended on Wednesday.
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"I parked right in front of the center and we started to see a Huge queue, there should be at least 1,500 people. We had almost arrived after two hours near the front door and there we saw people who turned around, who went up the slope and who were very upset and who actually said it's just that it's There was more vaccines, "says Ezzedine Cherif, a 24-year-old could not be vaccinated
not enough doses, huge queues and jostling according to testimonials. In other centers, such as that of the Ariana who vaccinated more than 3,000 people, Sihem Chabaane, a 25-year-old psychomotrian could have had his dose in extremis.
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"As soon as I entered inside, a doctor brought me to her and injected me the dose saying:" You're lucky, it's a real war that is played here, we Must do quickly because there are only a few doses left, so quickly quickly hurry up "", explains the young woman.
The positive point despite these problems, it is the affluence of young Tunisians ready to be vaccinated. Only 8% of the population received two doses for the moment. The country is dependent on vaccine supply. France must route 500,000 doses of the Janssen vaccine this Thursday.
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