“Regardless of the insistence of some to blame Ogero for a sin it did not commit, the commission is ready to supply the vaccination center at Rafik Hariri University Hospital with electricity on Saturday and Sunday through its generators at Bir Hassan Center, in the event that those concerned fail to fulfill their duty to provide it,” he wrote.
In the tweet, Kreidieh stressed that the only reason for the internet outages experienced at vaccination centers is the electricity cuts taking place across Lebanon, coupled with the shortage of diesel fuel to keep backup generators running.
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