Tunisia struggles with worsening COVID crisis

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Tunisia’s president has ordered the military to intervene in the nation’s coronavirus crisis.

The health minister has been sacked as cases surge.

Vaccines are in short supply, and stampedes have been reported at nine health centres across the country.

Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall has the story.

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