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Published 11.06.2020 13:53
Tunisia will open all its borders on the 27th of June 2020.
Tunisian authorities have announced that the country will open its sea, land and air borders on the 27th of June 2020. This move is aimed at reviving the country’s tourism sector. Borders were closed on the 16th of March 2020 in a bid to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Health, ,
Published 05.06.2020 12:23
In Tunisia a military mobile testing laboratory has increased the country’s testing capacity.
The mobile microbiological laboratory which is managed by the Directorate General of Military Health was mobilized to increase testing in ‘virus clusters’. The laboratory has thus far focused its testing on military personnel and their family members, health workers, and essential workers.
Unemployment, ,
Published 26.05.2020 12:45
In Tunisia, an NGO is distributing food aid using text messages.
The Sustainable Food Bank has partnered with a local supermarket to provide food aid to families who have lost their jobs as a result of Covid-19. Through the partnership the NGO pays the supermarket directly for groceries and sends out a text message to recipient families crediting them with an…
Published 15.05.2020 19:33
Naukowcy z tunezyjskiego uniwersystetu wykorzystują sztuczną inteligencję i promieniowanie rentgenowskie do stworzenia internetowego narzędzia skanującego na obecność Covid-19.
Platforma skanuje zdjęcia rentgenowskie pacjentów i przewiduje, czy ktoś choruje na Covid-19. Technologia jest ogólnie dostępna, a naukowcy z National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (INSAT) uważają, że daje „w 90% wiarygodne wskazania co do prawdopodobieństwa infekcji”.
Published 27.04.2020 12:56
Tunisia deploys police robot on lockdown patrol.
The police robot has been deployed to patrol areas of Tunisia’s capital, Tunis, to ensure that people are following the country’s Covid-19 lockdown measures. If it spies anyone walking in the largely deserted streets, it approaches a person and asks why they are out. They must then show their ID…
Published 27.04.2020 12:49
A team of six Tunisian engineering students is printing 3D masks to help the country’s Covid-19 fight.
The team from the National School of Engineering in Sousse would initially take 90 minutes to print one mask until they came up with a new design that uses laser technology and cut the processing time down from 90 minutes to just 2 minutes per mask. The project is overseen…

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