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Friday 2 July 2021

Tunisian President accuses lobbies of being responsible for the epidemiological situation

Tunisian President accuses lobbies of being responsible for the epidemiological situation

Tunisian President accuses lobbies of being responsible for the epidemiological situation



Tunisian President Kais Saied denounced the intervention of certain lobbies in the country's health affairs. According to him, these lobbies are responsible for the deterioration of the epidemiological situation in Tunisia, seriously affected by a new wave of covid-19.

In Tunisia, where only a little over one million out of 12 million inhabitants have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, the epidemic has raged in recent weeks, so much so that the authorities have announced a partial containment affecting some localities.

Tunisian President Kais Saied on Friday denounced the dysfunctions recorded in his country, where the ministries do not work in coordination, during a visit to the Interior Ministry.


According to him, certain lobbies are responsible for the epidemiological situation in his country, and criticized the government authorities by urging them to take courageous decisions instead of "obeying those who robbed this country".

"At 6 p.m. there are no more subways, yet people are still working at that time," he said, explaining that coordination between the Ministry of Transport had to be set up. Currently, hospitals are "90% full" in the country according to the Ministry of Health.

Kais Saied also denounced the non-respect by the Mechichi government of the directives of the scientific committee, criticizing decisions taken and which are later overturned.

Friday, faced with the health situation having recorded a record number of new deaths with 116 deaths on June 29 for a total of 14,959 deaths in the country, and a record of 5,921 new cases and 584 people are in intensive care, according to the press release from the ministry Health, the authorities have taken new decisions.

In the Greater Tunis region, the governors of Tunis, Ben Arous, Ariana and Manouba have decided to impose a curfew from July 1 to 14 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Only medical emergencies and night workers will be exempt from this measure.

Among the other measures, the ban on entry to Greater Tunis except for emergencies, the ban on gatherings, sporting and cultural events, the stopping of prayers in mosques, and the ban on serving customers indoors for cafes and restaurants.

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