The Ministry of Public Health, in its daily coronavirus (COVID-19) report, announced the new total of deaths related to the disease to be 11 on March 30th.
The Health Ministry’s report said that 1 coronavirus patient has passed away in the past 24 hours. According to the ministry, the patient was suffering from chronic illnesses and was in her 70s when she passed away.
The deceased was at Rafik Hariri University Hospital when she passed away as a result of coronavirus complications.
Currently, there are 3 coronavirus cases in Lebanon considered in critical condition, out of the total active cases.
The active cases, considering that 11 deaths and 32 recoveries have been recorded in total, are 403 as of Monday, March 30th.
Notably, for the first time in a while, Lebanon recorded less than 10 coronavirus cases on Monday. The daily coronavirus report of the Health Ministry announced 8 new cases today, which raised the total of cases to 446.
Yesterday, March 29th, the total was 438 after the ministry confirmed 26 new cases.
In accordance with the latest data shared by the Health Ministry, the recovery rate of the coronavirus is now about 7.17% in Lebanon, while that of mortality is approximately 2.47%.
As per the same data, out of the total 446 cases in the country, 52% caught the virus by contacting confirmed cases, 25% are travel-related, 7% have an unidentified source, and 16% are under investigation.
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