Lebanon begins 11 days of 24-hour curfews to stem COVID-19 surge

SourceArab News
SectorHealthcare
CountryLebanon

Lebanon begins 11 days of 24-hour curfews to stem COVID-19 surge Lebanon begins 11 days of 24-hour curfews to stem COVID-19 surge 1 / 3 People shop at a supermarket ahead of a tightened lockdown and a 24-hour curfew to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Beirut on January 13, 2021. (Reuters) 2 / 3 A man carries a gas cylinder on a motorbike in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon on January 13, 2021 as the Lebanese rush to stock up on provisions one day before a total lockdown due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. (AFP) 3 / 3 Empty shelves are pictured inside a supermarket after people hoarded food as authorities are discussing the latest measures to implement to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Beirut, Lebanon, January 11, 2021. (Reuters) Short Url Lebanon begins 11 days of 24-hour curfews to stem COVID-19 surge A state of health emergency, a total lockdown and a curfew have been imposed between Jan.

14-25 Lebanon’s land and sea borders will be closed from Thursday, while the country’s airport will be operating at its lowest operational capacity Updated 14 January 2021 Follow @arabnews BEIRUT: Starting Thursday morning, the Lebanese people will be put to the test again, as a new...read more...