Fourteen new COVID-19 cases recorded in Lebanon

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For expatriates, who arrived on Sunday, April 5, no casualties has been recorded to date.

by Annahar Staff -Source: Annahar

Wahida Ghalayini, head of the nursing department, speaks to journalists at the quarantine department at Rafik Hariri University Hospital in Beirut, Lebanon, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. (AP Photo)

BEIRUT: The Ministry of Public Health announced that the total number of registered coronavirus cases has increased to reach 541 after 14 new cases were reported on April 6.

For expatriates, who arrived on Sunday, April 5, no casualties has been recorded to date.

The number of deaths remains constant at 19, and confirmed recoveries remain at a total of 50.

In addition, in Lebanon, which has been imposing a lockdown for weeks, security forces began implementing strict measures that allow vehicles with even or odd plate numbers to drive for three days a week each. Driving will be banned on Sundays to try limit the spread of the virus.

 

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