With that surge of new infections, Lebanon is threatened with a second wave of coronavirus. It is vital to have such an application to better the testing and tracing process.
That being said, the app will be publically available on Google Play, Apple Store, and Huawei AppGallery starting next week.
Lebanon’s Health Ministry has been praised for its rapid response in dealing with and containing the outbreak.
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