US News COVID-19: Tunisia imposes a night curfew for two weeks
Tunisia-Ghannouchi asks President Saïed information on the arrest of an Ennahda
Tunisia-Politics manager /: Tunisia-Ghannouchi asks President Saïed information on the arrest of an Ennahda Tunis Manager , January 2 (Reuters) - Rached Ghannouchi, the President of the Tunisian Parliament whose work is suspended, said Sunday he had asked President Kaïs Saïed in a letter to reveal the place and state of health of Noureddine Bhiri, A senior official of the Ennahda party, arrested on Friday.
"To cope with the evolution of the epidemic", announced "a curfew from 22 hours up to 5 hours". It will be put in place by "regional authorities according to the rate of infection. The executive, on the basis of recommendations of the Scientific Council, also requested to "postpone or cancel" all gatherings or public events, "whether in open or closed spaces." The measures, which will be in effect from Thursday, are valid "for a period of two renewable weeks". At the same time, Tunisia will intensify "immunization operations" and ensure that the population performs its recall doses. Few vaccinal pass audits, border health checks will also be strengthened with systematic testing on people entering the country. Travelers will receive a recommendation that does not visit the country's most contaminated areas. Finally, the government calls for better respect of sanitary measures such as the wearing of the mask, the physical distancing and the ventilation of closed spaces. Since December 22, Tunisia has put in place a vaccination pass for access to public buildings and shopping centers. It is supposed to apply also in cafés and restaurants, but many do not respect it. VIDEO. Outbreak of Covid in Tunisia: The tears of a hospital director on January 10, the Ministry of Health announced 4,865 new cases in 24 hours and a test positivity rate of 24.42%. The Department also announced 11 new deaths, bringing the total from the beginning of the . Just over 6 million people are completely vaccinated, nearly 52% of the population, according to Johns Hopkins University Research Center.
pass vaccinal, mask, bars ... Jean Castex presents the calendar of sanitary measures .
© Copyright 2022, the obs the vaccinal pass, which replaces the sanitary pass, will come into effect on Monday, January 24, announced Prime Minister Jean Castex this Thursday, January 20 at a press conference. It will serve to access leisure activities, restaurants and drivers, trade fairs, seminars and trade shows and interregional public transport. "All French people aged 16 and over will have to justify a complete vaccination scheme to go to the restaurant, the theater, in a stadium or TGV.