Decisions of the regional committee for prevention, fight and organization of relief Prohibition of people and vehicles from circulating throughout the territory of Monastir from ten o'clock in the evening until five o'clock in the morning, with the exception of cases health emergencies,
night employers and refueling and refueling operations, for a period of two weeks, subject to renewal, from Thursday January 13, 2022 Cancellation or postponement of all cultural and sporting events in closed and open spaces for a period of two weeks, subject to renewal, starting today, Thursday January 13, 2022, with all sports competitions and interviews in various disciplines and categories without the presence of an audience. A call to increase the preparedness of health facilities in the region Call for periodic monitoring of oxygen supply and storage Call for continued compliance with preventive measures related to mask wearing and physical distancing Reinforcement of the application of updated health protocols for each sector according to the current epidemiological situation. Continue intensive vaccinations and make sure to vaccinate with doses of the Corona virus vaccine, in particular the third dose to strengthen immunity Intensification of health control measures at border crossings, with the need to carry out investigative analyzes for all arrivals in Tunisia These are the most important decisions and recommendations issued by the Regional Committee for Disaster Prevention, Response and Relief Organization in the Wilayat of Monastir, which was held this morning, Thursday, January 13, 2022 at the headquarters of the State, in its miniature form, under the supervision of Mr. Members of the regional scientific committee whose opinion was consulted. In the presence of the members of the regional scientific committee, the regional director of health, Hammouda El-Babba, explained that the region registers a high risk rate after reaching 311 cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days. . The regional health director added that the occupancy rate of hospital beds in the region is currently estimated at 26.6%, which equates to 21 injured residents, including 17 in public hospitals and 4 in clinics. private, emphasizing in the same context as health, the authority of Monastir is fully prepared for this new wave. From the spread of the Corona virus infection, in particular the possibility of increasing the number of intensive care beds from the current 8 to 26 beds directly in the event of a change in the epidemiological situation, taking into account the possibility of providing two intensive care beds for children with the availability of a significant number of oxygen beds.