A view of empty Avenue Habib Bourguiba after a daily curfew as part of precautions against coronavirus in Tunis, Tunisia [Yassine Gaidi/Anadolu]

Tunisian President Kais Saied ordered a general lockdown, restricting public movement to counter the spread of the coronavirus.

Speaking in a televised broadcast, Saied said he was asking the majority of people to stay at home and stopping movement between Tunisian cities. So far, 39 cases have been confirmed in the Tunisia, with one death.

SOURCE: REUTERS

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