In that statement, the minister stressed that amusement parks, indoor and outdoor playgrounds, beaches, the Corniche, public parks, theaters, cinemas, malls, casinos, and indoor sports halls (gyms), sports clubs, and stadiums, including the horse racing field, are to remain closed.
In addition, Prime Minister Hassan Diab has urged the Lebanese people “not to take the coronavirus issue lightly and to take preventive measures against it.”
An amusement park in Beirut did not appear to take the issue seriously though and opened on Sunday to receive a crowd of adults and children. people.
No prevention measures were even taken by the amusement park in Raouche, not even by the employees, according to LBCI.
This is what the LBCI camera captured:
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