Tunisia: Covid-19 - Kef Sees Surge in Number of Fatalities and Infections

The 60-bed Khayelitsha Field Hospital was developed by MSF to support the nearby Khayelitsha District Hospital to cope with the pressures of peak Covid-19 transmission in the Western Cape (file photo).

Tunis/Tunisia — COVID-19 claimed the life of 3 more patients in the Kef governorate, bringing the death toll to 310, the local health directorate announces.

48 further infections were reported in the region from 114 tests conducted on June 2, taking the caseload to 9,247, including 8,748 recoveries, according to the same source.

Besides, 77 patients are currently in the various hospitals of the governorate, 12 of whom are in intensive care.

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