Tunisia: One-Week Full Lockdown Decreed in Sousse Delegations of Msaken, Kalaa Soghra, Enfidha and Kondar

Tunis/Tunisia — The governorate of Sousse, on Saturday evening, issued a statement featuring details on the one-week full lockdown decreed in the delegations of Msaken, Kalaa Soghra, Enfidha and Kondar which includes ban on travel from and to the aforementioned delegations from Monday June 28 to July 4.

Students travelling outside their governorates to take national exams or people travelling to purchase basic products and medicines are exempted from these above mentioned measures.

The lockdown was imposed following a spike in cases per 100,000 inhabitants recorded on Saturday, June 26 in these delegations: Msaken 426 cases, Kalaa soghra 533 cases, Enfidha 477 cases and Kondar 694 cases.

Infection levels in the other delegations are distributed as follows: Sousse downtown (354.6), Sousse Erriadh (368.7), Sousse Sidi Abdelhamid (205), Sousse Jawhra (299), Hammam Sousse (239), Akouda (264), Sidi Bou Ali (293), Kalaa kobra (265), Bouficha (207), Sidi Heni (322), Zawiet El ksibet Ethrayat (121) and Hergla (80).

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