On Friday, Tunisian President Kais Saied issued a decision to cancel the curfew imposed in the country as part of the restrictions to combat the Corona pandemic.
A statement issued by the Presidency of the Tunisian Republic stated that it was decided to cancel the curfew for people and cars in all parts of the country, starting from Saturday, with the need to adhere to the application of precautionary measures.
The statement added that the precautionary measures include wearing a muzzle in public places and determining the attendance rate of 50 percent in closed places, while taking the necessary legal measures to confront any laxity in the application of these measures.
The presidency statement reminded that vaccinations are mandatory for those coming to Tunisia to participate in demonstrations, activities and gatherings.
Qais Saeed called for the civil and military health authorities to intensify and expedite vaccination and investigation campaigns.
He also stressed the need for monitoring and follow-up by the relevant central and regional authorities in all sectors and to take the necessary legal measures to ensure the application of health protocols and individual and collective preventive measures.