132 New Coronavirus Cases in Lebanon

A couple sit on their car watch "Hours" at a drive-in movie event at a park, in Byblos town, north of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, July 17, 2020. A group of Lebanese fresh university graduates have launched a drive-in cinema, bringing back the experience that has recently been making a comeback worldwide, as movie theaters remain close because of the coronavirus pandemic. The drive-in cinema experience in Lebanon comes with a special twist, with all proceeds going to needy families to help deal with the country's economic crisis. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Lebanon on Monday confirmed 132 more coronavirus cases, which raises the country’s overall tally since February 21 to 3,882.

The Health Ministry said 120 of the cases were recorded among residents and 12 among expats.

Twenty-nine of the local cases were recorded in Northern Metn, 19 in Jbeil district, 16 in Baabda district and 12 in Beirut while the locations of 25 cases remain under investigation.



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