63 New Towns Ordered To Lock Down In Lebanon

Reuters

The Minister of Interior and Municipalities in issued a new decision on Sunday, October 25th, regarding the closure of 63 towns and villages in .

These towns are ordered to submit to a lockdown due to the high number of COVID-19 cases in them:

Baabda:

  • El-Merdashah
  • Kfarselwan

El-Metn:

  • El-Mansourieh
  • El-Daichounieh
  • El-Mkalles

El-Chouf:

  • Chehim
  • Daria
  • Kfarmaya
  • Barja
  • El-Jiyyeh
  • El-Zaarourieh
  • El-Jehilieh
  • Niha

Aley:

  • Ain Anoub
  • Houmal
  • Baissour
  • Majdel Baana

Kesserwan:

  • Ballouneh
  • Aintoura
  • El-Kfour

Byblos:

  • Hboub
  • Blat
  • Amchit
  • Nahr Ibrahim
  • El-Monsef
  • Ehmej
  • Mechmoch

:

  • El-Mina

El-Koura:

  • Btouratej
Mohamed Azakir/Reuters

Zgharta:

  • Kareh Bach
  • Majdaliah

Akkar:

  • Rahbeh
  • Andaket

El-Menieh / El-Dennieh:

  • Taran
  • Bakaoun

Zahle:

  • Kaa El-Rim
  • Jdita
  • Kfarzabad
  • Ain Kfarzabad

West Bekaa:

  • El-Manara

Baalbek:

  • Kfardin
  • Bedneyil
  • Tamnin El-Faouka
  • Tamnin El-Tahta
  • El-Nabi Chit

Sidon:

  • El-Baramieh
  • Haret Saida
  • Abra
  • El-Hajjeh

Tyr:

  • Dair Kanoun Ras El-Ain
  • Yanouh
  • Maaroub
  • Sadikin
  • Dai Kanoun El-Naher
  • Zeikin

El-Nabatieh:

  • Houmin El-Faouka
  • El-Douir
  • Ansar

Bint Jbeil:

  • Remish / Katmoun
  • Harissa

Marjeyoun:

  • El-Koulayah
  • Adaisah
  • Kfareklah

Hasbayah:

  • Hasbayah
  • El-Ferdis
Lebanon Just Surpassed 50,000 Coronavirus Cases
Reuters/Aziz Taher

The curfew is still in effect from 1:00 am till 6:00 am of each day. Clubs, night clubs, and all entertainment venues are to remain closed until further notice, and facemasks are mandatory.

Whether or not educational institutions are allowed to open in towns that are not under lockdown is for the Minister of Education to announce.


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