Lebanon records 63 new COVID-19 cases

PCR testing will be conducted, and the necessary protective measures will be taken, as per the instructions of the Ministry of Public Health.
by Annahar Staff

21 May 2020 | 15:18

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  • Last update: 21 May 2020 | 15:18

A Lebanese policeman fines a motorist for violating strict measures that allow vehicles with even or odd plate numbers to drive for three days a week each and Sundays will be banned for driving as a measure to help stem the spread of the coronavirus (AP Photo)

BEIRUT: The Ministry of Public Health announced on Saturday that 63 new coronavirus cases were recorded, raising the total number of registered cases to 1,024. 

The cases who were registered in the past 24 hours were distributed as follows: 36 locals and 24 expats.

According to NNA, six MEA flights are scheduled to arrive to Lebanon Thursday afternoon, carrying more Lebanese expatriates, as part of the evacuation plan set by the Lebanese government. PCR testing will be conducted, and the necessary protective measures will be taken, as per the instructions of the Ministry of Public Health.

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