WorldTunisia: September 04, intensive vaccination day against Covid-19

Tunisia: September 04, intensive vaccination day against Covid-19


AA / Tunis / Malèk Jomni

Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed received, on Wednesday, the head of the Ministry of Health, Ali Mrabet, at the Palace of Carthage.

This is what emerges from a press release made public on the official Facebook page of the Presidency of the Tunisian Republic and consulted by the Anadolu Agency.

During this meeting, the Head of State reiterated his thanks to all those who had contributed to the good organization and success of the intensive vaccination days against Covid-19, throughout the territory and gave his instructions in view to continue its national days, in coordination with public health, military health, official structures, national organizations and components of civil society as well as with volunteers, according to the press release.

In this context, an intensive vaccination day, dedicated to arms carriers and citizens who received the first dose of vaccine on August 8, will be organized on Saturday September 4, 2021.

The President of the Republic was also informed of the preparations underway, in anticipation of the start of the school year and university and underlined the importance of the certificate of vaccination against the coronavirus, which will be adopted in the future.

The Head of State also called for vigilance, facing the possibility of a resurgence of the epidemiological indicator in Tunisia, in view of the emergence of new mutated strains in the world and this, by continuing to provide the doses of vaccines and the necessary equipment as well as the constitution of a strategic stock of oxygen, we read from the same source.

On Wednesday, the Tunisian Ministry of Health announced that it had recorded 2,134 new Covid-19 contaminations out of a total of 13,691 screening tests carried out on August 30, 2021, thus bringing the toll of infections to 666,168 cases, i.e. a rate positivity of 15.59%.

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