A recorded increase of 21 Coronavirus cases

The Ministry of Public Health also noted that around 59% of the infected individuals are in mild or moderate conditions, while around 6% remain in severe or critical conditions. The rest are asymptomatic.
by Annahar Staff

26 May 2020 | 17:20

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  • Last update: 26 May 2020 | 17:20

People shop at a supermarket as they begin to stock up on provisions, in Beirut. (AP Photo)

BEIRUT: According to the daily report issued by the Ministry of Public Health, Lebanon witnessed an increase in 21 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, the 25th of May. So far, 1,140 cases were officially recorded with no new deaths, rendering the total number of deaths 26.

The Ministry of Public Health’s report further stated that around 31%, which is the highest percentage of the total infected individuals, are patients whose ages range between 20 and 29. Meanwhile, patients who exceeded the age of 80 constitute around 4% of the total recorded cases. There are no cases recorded for people whose ages range between 30 and 39. Also, 58% of the patients are males and 42% of them are females, and Beirut remains the most infected district of residence with a number of patients totaling 222.

The Ministry of Public Health also noted that around 59% of the infected individuals are in mild or moderate conditions, while around 6% remain in severe or critical conditions. The rest are asymptomatic.

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