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Lebanon Now Has A New Curfew


The ministerial committee of COVID-19 in Lebanon decided on Sunday, November 29th, to alter the curfew hours, setting it up from 11 PM till 5 AM.

They also decided to cancel the even and odd plate number system because, according to the Minister of Health Hamad Hassan, this system was one of the contributing factors to the increasing number of cases in Lebanon.


Noting that the number of cases in the country has reached 125,678 on Sunday and the number of deaths has reached 991.

On the other hand, the Lebanese Minister of Health also announced that a vaccine might become available in Lebanon by February, but until then, all necessary precautions must be taken.

Entertainment venues are to remain closed all over the country and restaurants and cafes can host 50% of their capacities.

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Lebanon Now Has A New Curfew

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