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As COVID-19 surges in Tunisia, oxygen is in short supply

Federal News Radio 05 Aug 2021
... interruption in health units ... The representative for the World Health Organization in Tunis, Yves Souteyrand, said Monday there were “positive signs” the virus crisis was easing, with a recent decline in positive test rates, from 35% to 24%, the official TAP news agency reported.
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11,000 Tunisian Students Studying Abroad to Receive Covid-19 Vaccines As of August 4

All Africa 04 Aug 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- A list of 11,000 students, studying abroad, was sent to the Health Ministry to get the COVID-19 vaccine, said Higher Education and Scientific Research Minister Olfa Ben Ouda Sioud ....
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Students Over 18, Those With Chronic Diseases to Get Covid-19 Vaccines Before Start of School Term

All Africa 04 Aug 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- The Health Ministry will give students aged 18 and over as well as school staff and teachers COVID-19 vaccines, before the start of the school term, Education Minister Fethi Slaouti announced ....
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Oxygen is in short supply in COVID-hit Tunisia

Middle East Online 04 Aug 2021
... interruption in health units ... The representative for the World Health Organization in Tunis, Yves Souteyrand, said Monday there were “positive signs” the virus crisis was easing, with a recent decline in positive test rates, from 35% to 24%, the official TAP news agency reported.
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Covid-19 Crisis Beginning to Ease in Tunisia, As Test Positivity Rate Drops - Souteyrand

All Africa 03 Aug 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- Representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Tunis Yves Souteyrand, on Monday, pointed to «positive signs» indicating that COVID-19 crisis in the country is beginning to ease ....
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Vaccination Campaign in Workplace for People Over 40 Years to Kickoff Wednesday

All Africa 03 Aug 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- The Ministries of Health and Social Affairs, on Monday, issued a joint statement announcing the start of the vaccination campaign targeting people over 40 years old ....
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Tunisia reports 3,419 new COVID-19 cases

Urdu Point 01 Aug 2021
TUNIS, Aug 1 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 1st Aug, 2021 ) --.Tunisian Health ...
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Tunisia: 183 deaths with coronavirus past 2 hours

MENA FN 31 Jul 2021
(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) TUNIS, July 31 (KUNA) -- Tunisian Ministry of Health on Saturday decalred registration of 183 new deaths with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) along with 3,419 ... .
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Covid-19 - Jab Drive for People Aged 40 to 49 Kicks Off

All Africa 30 Jul 2021
Tunis/Tunisia -- The Health Ministry has started on Thursday administering COVID-19 vaccines to people aged 40 to 49 registered on the evax.tn platform, a press release reads ....
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UAE expresses full support for Tunisia

Gulf News 29 Jul 2021
... with Tunis in tackling the health and economic implications of COVID-19.
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Deputy Head of Mission for Programs - Libya - based in Tunis

Reliefweb 29 Jul 2021
Training in Public Health / Protection / Livelihood and/or Shelter will be valued ... « This position offers the opportunity to work on a very interesting humanitarian context with a major migratory crisis but also to support the implementation of longer term recovery projects with the objective of strengthening the health system.
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Health Coordinator - LYBIA - Tunis (location)

Reliefweb 28 Jul 2021
What about the Health Coordinator - Tunis ? ... You will carry out epidemiological monitoring for the country and analyse strengths and weaknesses from the point of view of public health ... You will ensure that medical programme(s) are in line with PUI’s health policy and monitor them for quality and efficacy.
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France calls on Tunisia to 'rapidly' name PM and cabinet

The New Arab 28 Jul 2021
France on Wednesday urged Tunisia to rapidly appoint a new prime minister and government as the north African country lurched further into political uncertainty ... France had early this week already called on Tunis to create the conditions for institutions to refocus their efforts on the country's health, economic and social crises ... ....
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Tunisia crisis deepens as inquiry launched into whether political parties received foreign funding

The Independent 28 Jul 2021
Compounding public perceptions of political ineffectiveness was the bothced opening of vaccine centres over the Muslim holiday of Eid and the subsequent mud slinging between the prime minister and the minister of health over who was responsible for the debacle. A wall daubed with the slogan ‘power to the people’ in central Tunis ... .
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