The COVID-19 crisis

A virus spreads and paralyzes the whole world. How is the health sector facing this pandemic, what policies should be implemented, what economic stimulus is planned? Like everywhere else, Tunisia is trying to confront the crisis. While half of the world's population is confined, the whole system is turned upside down.

All you need to know about Covid-19 vaccinations in Tunisia

| 02 March 2021 | 7 minutes
Pfizer, Sputnik V or AstraZeneca/Oxford - which vaccines will be administered in Tunisia against Covid-19? Who will be vaccinated first? When will it start? Inkyfada provides you with the latest information.

The COVID-19 Epidemic in Tunisia, in figures

| 26 February 2021 | 15 minutes
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.

Getting treated for Covid-19 in a private clinic, but at what cost?

| 15 December 2020 | 10 minutes
I can’t afford to pay!” cries out Fadhila as she discovers her husband’s medical bill. Having caught Covid-19, he spent two weeks in an intensive care unit in a private clinic in Greater Tunis. The clinic in question is now billing him more than 20,000 dinars in expenses. Overcharging, lack of transparency and harassment - Inkyfada has gathered the testimonies of several families and healthcare professionals.  

Cinema and epidemics, a professional community in great difficulty

| 13 November 2020 | 8 minutes
To fight spreading of the Covid-19 pandemic, movie theatres were among the first institutions to draw their curtains closed. An entire industry is holding its breath and professionals are ringing the alarm bells. “If things continue like this, we will no longer exist in 6 months.”

THE SECOND WAVE OF COVID-19 IN 10 CHARTS

| 20 August 2020 | 15 minutes
On 17 August  2020, 129 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in Tunisia, setting a new record for daily infections. Since the reopening of the borders, the infections have continued to rise. Compared with the first-wave data, Inkyfada provides figures and graphs on the return of the epidemic.

COVID-19 in Tunisia: Concentration and Abuse of Power under the Cover of an Epidemic

| 30 June 2020 | 10 minutes

By implementing measures such as confinement, travel bans, and curfews, the Tunisian authorities introduced a state of emergency with the claim that they were protecting the population. But with more than 5,000 arrests made during the epidemic, the tightening of security has created growing concern. 

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