The pandemic caused by the Corona virus is not a problem as much as it highlights problems caused by the neoliberal systems. Since the 80s governments abandoned their social roles slowly, the problems of large sectors that present necessities to societies aggravated more and more, the public health sector is one of the most damaged sectors. Precisely, it is the bad public health infrastructure that lead a country like Tunisia to go directly under lockdown in a very short time span, in efforts to avoid a catastrophic situation that authorities knew for sure that they could not outstand any delays. The lockdown however was the origin of more social and economic problems that the most fragile workers like those who work in coffee-shops and bars suffered as they remained out of any procedures took by the authorities. We try to study their situations using different sociological portraits of these workers.