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Beirut Airport Might Completely Shut Down For A Week

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Just 3 days into Lebanon’s 25-day lockdown instated to control the increasing spread of COVID-19, there are reports of an even stricter lockdown.

Cases have been rapidly increasing in Lebanon with each day breaking a new record. Today, over 5,414 new cases were recorded.

The anti-coronavirus committee of Lebanon is recommending a complete full lockdown of the entire country.

Among the reported recommendations by the committee is the complete closure of the Rafic Hariri International Beirut Airport for 1 week.

This is alongside the closure of all borders.

For the full details of what the new lockdown may include, click here.

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Beirut Airport Might Completely Shut Down For A Week

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