This includes the Rafik Hariri University Hospital that has been instrumental in the fight against the pandemic.
After having reopened the airport, Lebanon might face a potential lockdown again as coronavirus cases surge. In just two days this week, the country has recorded over 100 new cases.
Yet, with limited funds, the hospitals must continue pushing in the fight against the outbreak.
The state is deep in debt and going through the worst financial crisis in living history.
Unfortunately, as of yet, its attempted negotiations with the IMF don’t seem to be going anywhere; all while friendly countries (and the Lebanese people) are urging the government to implement reforms.
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