Number of infections and recoveries, death toll, number of intensive care beds available... One year after the beginning of the epidemic, where does Tunisia stand with regard to Covid-19? inkyfada has gathered a large amount of data on the health situation in the country. Using interactive maps and graphic charts, discover all the key figures of the evolution of the epidemic. Article updated regularly.
Between January and
June 2021, the Covid-19 virus caused more than 10,000 deaths in Tunisia.
In six months, there were twice as many deaths than during the entire
year of 2020. At the beginning of the epidemic in March 2020, when the
country had only reported a few hundred cases, the measures put in place
by the authorities allowed for the spread of the virus to be reduced
until the summer. From August onwards, there was a new increase in
cases, with tens of thousands of new infections. June 2021 was the
deadliest month since the beginning of the crisis, counting more than
PROGRESSION of the daily
average from the last 7 days, and measures announced by the government
line represents the evolution of the daily average of cases detected
over the last 7 days, since the first case was announced on March 2,
2020. Some measures implemented by the authorities helped to slow down
the spread of the virus during the first wave. However, since the
reopening of the borders on June 27, 2020, the number of cases has
continued to increase despite the regularly renewed curfew and
restrictions. For the time being, the vaccination campaign that began in
March 2021 has also not managed to curb the spread of the virus, and the
number of cases continues to surge.
Progression of hospitalisations
Progression of tests conducted
PROGRESSION OF COVID-19 FACILITIES (RESUSCITATION BEDS AND
OXYGEN BEDS) IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS, ACCORDING TO REGION
Several oxygen and resuscitation
beds have been deployed over the months to cope with the influx of
patients, and to prevent hospitals from becoming saturated. Despite
these efforts, they are still unevenly distributed across the country
and the facilities remain insufficient. During the height of the
epidemic, in June 2021, the occupancy rate reached 100% throughout many
Source : Ministry of Health. Situation on May
SITUATION OF THE COVID-19
EPIDEMIC IN NORTH AFRICA
OVERVIEW OF THE COVID-19 CRISIS IN NORTH AFRICA
PROGRESSION OF THE PANDEMIC ACCORDING TO GOVERNORATES
Last updated on
09/17/2020. This infographic is no longer updated. The Ministry of Health
no longer communicates statistics by region.
All the data compiled by Inkyfada
is accessible via the following link.