Breaking: 1 New Coronavirus Death Recorded in Lebanon, Total of 12

COVID-19 Lebanon
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In its daily report, the Ministry of Public Health announced the new total of coronavirus-related deaths to be 12 on March 31st.

The Health Ministry’s latest report said that 1 coronavirus patient has passed away in the past 24 hours. According to the ministry, the patient’s condition was severe and he was suffering from chronic illnesses when he passed away.

Moreover, the deceased, who was in his 40s, was at Al-Maounat Hospital when he passed away as a result of coronavirus complications.

As of Tuesday, the Health Ministry’s data shows that there are 7 coronavirus cases in considered in critical condition, out of the total active cases.

After 12 deaths and 35 recoveries have been recorded in total so far, the number of active coronavirus cases in is 416 as of March 31st.

Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, the health workers of and the world have been put under immense pressure, being in the frontlines of the battle against the highly-infectious disease.

While many have made the ultimate sacrifice during their noble endeavors, numerous others are still going through great hardships and risking their lives for the wellbeing of their fellow citizens.

To commemorate every Lebanese doctor, nurse, paramedic, and health worker doing their part in this difficult time, many Lebanese people have resorted to applauding their efforts from the balconies of their houses.

Similarly, ’s Internal Security Forces recently paid tribute by saluting the medical staff of , which has been in the heart of the outbreak since it started in .

Yesterday, March 30th, the total of coronavirus cases was 446 in after the ministry confirmed 8 new cases.

We have a dedicated coronavirus section where you can find the latest news/updates about the pandemic in , inform yourself with WHO-verified resources, and track the number of cases in in real-time. Click here.

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