In Tripoli, citizens are living a near-to-normal life, especially during the day. However, after 7 PM the traffic reduces, with the occasional pumped-up BMW passing with Hany Shaker echoing in the streets.
There are over 10 cases in Tripoli now, and it is only getting worse.
Just yesterday night, a group of rebellious protesters rioted in the streets near Al-Nour Square unitl the military came to stop them.
In the video below, a group of young men from Tripoli quarantined themselves in a friend’s office because they suspect to have been infected and don’t want to infect others.
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