Mohamed Rabhi, head of the health quarantine commission at the health ministry affirmed that it would be for the best to continue compulsory Quarantine.
The equation of preserving the economic and social side as well as protecting the health of Tunisians is hard.
In a statement to Shems FM, he expressed that health frameworks in the ministry will evaluate the experience in the experiment in its early days and suggest to the authority to make decisions in a timely manner.”
He further urged Citizens to adhere to preventive measures. He also pointed out the possibility of reemergence for serious cases if the virus returns to social settings, and the horizontal infection spreads.
to the possibility of returning to serious cases if the virus returns to the mass media and horizontal infection spreads.
He reiterated that health structures prefer not to lift compulsory Quarantine.