Two men including a member of a terrorist Jihadist network have been arrested in Tunisia over suspicions that they were on a mission to infect security forces with the coronavirus.
One of the suspects who had been released from prison on parole and was under police surveillance said he was told to cough everywhere, everytime he went to report to the police station so he can contaminate all officers.
The Jihadist is said to have used his influence over his supporters showing symptoms of the deadly virus.
The two men were arrested in the town of Kebili in the Southern part of the country.
Tunisia has been under state of emergency since 2015 due to attacks from Jihadist groups.
The country has recorded more than a hundred cases if Coronavirus.