Lebanon now has a total of 10 coronavirus-related deaths, the Ministry of Public Health confirmed in its daily COVID-19 report on Sunday, March 29th.
The Health Ministry’s report said that 2 coronavirus patients have passed away in the past 24 hours. According to the ministry, both patients were suffering from chronic illnesses and both were in their 70s when they passed away.
The report also said that one of the two patients passed away at Saint Georges University Hospital and the other at Hotel Dieu University Hospital.
Currently, there are 4 coronavirus cases in Lebanon considered in critical condition, out of the total active cases.
The active cases, considering that 10 deaths and 30 recoveries have been recorded in total, are 398 as of Sunday, March 29th.
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