Mustapha Ferjani, Director General of Military Health, emphasized that Since the borders reopened on June 27, no coronavirus contamination has been recorded among the military.
Mustapha Ferjani reported that so far no contamination has been recorded among the military thanks to the rigorous application of barrier gestures and preventive measures established in addition to targeted screening.
He further clarified that according to scientific standards, Tunisia has not yet entered the second wave of the pandemic. Despite the rise in the number of coronavirus infections.
Ferjani explained that entering a second wave depends on the increase in the number of patients. As well as hospitalizations in intensive care. And the number of deaths. While currently the number of hospitalizations hardly exceeds 19 cases, including only one person admitted to intensive care.
He also indicated that today the number of infected in Tunisia remains limited. Since the majority of confirmed cases are active asymptomatic carriers.