After these new fatalities, the total of COVID-19-related deaths in Lebanon has risen to 6. At this point, considering the latest coronavirus updates in the country, this approximately translates to a 1.63% coronavirus mortality rate in Lebanon.
Notably, the data provided by the Ministry of Public Health shows that there are still 3 critical COVID-19 cases in Lebanon. This means that the condition of one of the two new fatalities was not considered critical before their death.
The same data reveals that the majority of coronavirus patients in Lebanon are aged between 20 and 39. Moreover, out of the total cases, 75% are considered mild infections, 8% are severe, and 17% are asymptomatic (showing no symptoms of the disease).
On the upside, 20 recoveries have been recorded in Lebanon so far, and the COVID-19 recovery rate is at approximately 5.43%, as of March 26th.
On Thursday, the Health Ministry confirmed 35 new coronavirus cases in Lebanon, bringing the total to 368 COVID-19 cases in the country.
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