ISF places corona and domestic violence awareness poster in all Lebanese districts

In the framework of spreading ongoing awareness to as many citizens as possible, in particular, to combat the new epidemic of Corona, to reduce domestic violence and inform the public about continuing to combat these challenges.
by TK Maloy

24 April 2020 | 12:45

Source: by Annahar

  • by TK Maloy
  • Source: Annahar
  • Last update: 24 April 2020 | 12:45

A member of the ISF places a corona awareness poster in a mini-mart window. (Photo/ISF)

BEIRUT: Throughout Lebanon, there is a new awareness poster from the ISF in the continuing battle against the pandemic.

The Internal Security Forces distributed a pandemic awareness poster Thursday to all Lebanese territories to reduce the spread of the corona epidemic and halt domestic violence.

In a statement, ISF media relations said: "The poster distribution was done; In the framework of spreading ongoing awareness to as many citizens as possible, in particular, to combat the new epidemic of Corona, to reduce domestic violence and inform the public about continuing to combat these challenges.”


Each awareness announcement featured the following three messages:

The first titled: "Together against the epidemic" urges citizens to stay in their homes and follow the measures for the prevention of the virus as announced by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization, and invite them in case of the following symptoms: High Heat, Cough, throat pain, shortness of breath, to contact the hotline of the virus / 1214 / and / 594459/01 / of the MoH.

Secondly, "Ready to serve you” through which the ISF invites citizens to call /112 / to report emergencies, and to speed the protection of the Lebanese in cooperation with the public.

Thirdly, "Your protection / Is our priority" to inform citizens that the ISF is continuing its tasks in the fight against crimes in all of Lebanon during the pandemic crisis and that its units are ready to intervene in cases of domestic violence. Report crimes and domestic violence by calling hotline number /1745/.

These posters can be found anywhere from pharmacy to takeout windows, mini-marts and on walls in public areas.

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