Lebanon Just Lost Another Doctor to the Pandemic Abroad

Lebanese doctor dies in Italy fighting COVID-19
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On Friday morning, Italian media reported the death of a Lebanese doctor who had caught COVID-19 and passed away due to complications of the disease.

According to the Italian news website Quotidiano, Dr. Nabil Chrabieh was a family doctor living in the city of Alessandria. Reportedly, the 61-year-old began to feel the symptoms a few days before he was hospitalized.

His case then grew more severe, and he passed away in his hospital bed on April 10th. added the deceased Lebanese doctor to the list of health workers who have died fighting COVID-19, which holds 107 names at the time of writing.

According to LBCI, the doctor is from the Mount town of Saqiet el-Misk, Bikfaya. He is the third Lebanese doctor to pass away abroad due to COVID-19 complications.

As of Friday, April 10th, there is a total of 147,577 COVID-19 infections and 18,849 deaths related to the disease in .

Recently, two Lebanese doctors succumbed to the disease after fighting to save the lives of others, Dr. George Antar in Brazil and Dr. Sami Abdelreda in France.

Nothing can repay the noble doctors and health workers of and the world who are risking their lives around the clock to ensure the safety and security of their communities and giving their lives in this fight.

Nevertheless, the least we can do to honor them is to help achieve what they died trying to achieve; a society free from the threat of the pandemic.

Every person in carries a responsibility towards their nation and people, which is practicing the preventive measures of social distancing and self-quarantine, for as long as they are required.

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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