The statement also followed the recent detection of “6 new cases of unknown origin, caused by community infection, and this increases the risk,” according to the minister.
The official made a request during the session to ensure that people adhere to the measures issued by Lebanon’s officials, which the Health Ministry has been pointing to in each of its daily COVID-19 reports.
صدر عن المكتب الاعلامي لوزير الصحَّة د. حمد حسن بياناً نفى فيه الأخبار المتداولة عن وجود قرار بعزل بعض المناطق اللبنانيَّة اليوم، مؤكداً على ما تقرر في جلسة مجلس الوزراء لناحية التشدّد في تنفيذ الإجراءات ذات الصلة لا سيما في الشقّ المتعلق بمنع التجمعات والحدّ من التجوّل. pic.twitter.com/eeth6nESo2
Notably, MTV reported today that some people who get informed that they tested positive for the coronavirus by private laboratories turn off their phones and disappear into hiding.
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