Lebanon mulls 48-hour lockdown if coronavirus cases keep rising

Lebanon mulls 48-hour lockdown if coronavirus cases keep rising
Lebanon mulls 48-hour lockdown if coronavirus cases keep rising

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - epa08383706 A Ministry of Health staff conducts a random polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for the COVID-19 coronavirus disease infection test for a citizen at Imam Al-Hadi Zentrum in the Ouzai area south of Beirut, Lebanon, 25 April 2020. According to the Lebanese health ministry, there are 704 registered cases of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the country as of 25 April 2020. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

A Lebanese protester, wearing a protective mask bearing a fist (the sign of the anti-government movement), is pictured during a demonstration in the capital Beirut on April 28, 2020, as anger over a spiralling economic crisis re-energised a months-old anti-government movement in defiance of a coronavirus lockdown. Lebanese protesters confronted army troops for a second day as anger over a spiralling economic crisis re-energised a months-old anti-government movement in defiance of a coronavirus lockdown. Angered by the financial collapse, demonstrators have rallied across Lebanon, blocking roads and attacking banks, re-energising a protest movement launched in October against a political class the activists deem inept and corrupt. / AFP / PATRICK BAZ

Neighbours listen to music and watch laser projections from their balconies as members of the Lebanese collective "Nuage" perform from the roof of a building to entertain confined residents in their neighbourhood of Dekwaneh, on the eastern outskirts of Beirut late on April 28, 2020, integrating social distancing with a new form of entertainment during the COVID-19 lockdown. The DJs and artists who come from an audiovisual background aim to create a unique experience for the audience through a combination of latest technologies with electronic music. The collective relies on merging art direction and 3D mapping techniques, with the aim of relieving fellow neighbours from their daily stress and confinement during the coronavirus pandemic. / AFP / JOSEPH EID

epa08393019 A member of the Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) distributes protective face masks in Hamra street in Beirut, Lebanon, 30 April 2020. Countries around the world are taking increased measures to quell the widespread of the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus, which causes the Covid-19 disease. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

Neighbours listen to music and watch laser projections from their balconies as members of the Lebanese collective "Nuage" perform from the roof of a building to entertain confined residents in their neighbourhood of Dekwaneh, on the eastern outskirts of Beirut late on April 28, 2020, integrating social distancing with a new form of entertainment during the COVID-19 lockdown. The DJs and artists who come from an audiovisual background aim to create a unique experience for the audience through a combination of the usuage of latest technologies with electronic music. The collective relies on merging art direction and 3D mapping techniques with a light show, with the aim of relieving fellow neighbours from their daily stess and confinement during the coronavirus pandemic. / AFP / JOSEPH EID

Runners smile and react to having their picture taken as they run on Beirut's corniche, or waterfront promenade, along the Mediterranean Sea, on the first day the government began easing a weeks-long lockdown to limit the spread of the coronavirus, in Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, April 27, 2020. The number of registered virus cases in Lebanon has dropped over the past two weeks, leading to the shortening of the nighttime curfew by one hour and allowing some businesses to resume work on Monday. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

epa08383708 A Ministry of Health staff wears a protective face mask and protective suit as he waits for citizens to conduct a random polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for the COVID-19 coronavirus disease infection test at Imam Al-Hadi Zentrum in the Ouzai area south of Beirut, Lebanon, 25 April 2020. According to the Lebanese health ministry, there are 704 registered cases of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the country as of 25 April 2020.. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

epa08383703 A Ministry of Health staff conducts a random polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for the COVID-19 coronavirus disease infection test for a citizen at Imam Al-Hadi Zentrum in the Ouzai area south of Beirut, Lebanon, 25 April 2020. According to the Lebanese health ministry, there are 704 registered cases of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the country as of 25 April 2020. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

epa08383410 A Lebanese drummer (Musaharati) wears a protective mask and carries a small drum as he makes his rounds waking Muslims for Suhor, the meal taken during Ramadan before sunrise prayers, amid a lockdown due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Beirut, Lebanon, 25 April 2020. Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by praying during the night time and abstaining from eating, drinking, and sexual acts during the period between sunrise and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and it is believed that the revelation of the first verse in Koran was during its last 10 nights. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

TOPSHOT - Medical staff members of the Saint George Hospital University Medical Centre, in charge of COVID-19 coronavirus patients, are seen in reflections off a window as they listen to music played by a band thanking them for their efforts to support patients during the novel coronavirus pandemic, in Lebanon's capital Beirut on April 24, 2020. / AFP / PATRICK BAZ

Medical staff members of the Lebanese American University (LAU) Medical Centre-Rizk Hospital, currently dealing with COVID-19 coronavirus patients, look out from windows as they listen to music played by a band thanking them for their efforts to support patients during the novel coronavirus pandemic, in the capital Beirut on April 24, 2020. / AFP / PATRICK BAZ

Palestinian fighters from the Fatah movement, left, wearing masks to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, stand guard next to a Palestinian worker from UNRWA (United Nations Relief and works Agency), right, who is waiting to spray disinfectant at any car that need to enter inside Jalil, or Galilee refugee camp, in Baalbek, Lebanon, Friday, April 24, 2020. Authorities closed all entrances to a Palestinian refugee camp in eastern Lebanon Friday after four more people tested positive for the coronavirus, heightening concerns over the virus spreading among the population of overcrowded refugee camps and settlements. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

A Palestinian nurse wears protective equipment to help curb the spread of the coronavirus inside a clinic at Jalil, or Galilee Palestinian refugee camp, in Baalbek, Lebanon, Friday, April 24, 2020. Authorities closed all entrances to a Palestinian refugee camp in eastern Lebanon Friday after four more people tested positive for the coronavirus, heightening concerns over the virus spreading among the population of overcrowded refugee camps and settlements. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

A Palestinian fighter from the Fatah movement distributes masks for people to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, at Jalil, or Galilee Palestinian refugee camp, in Baalbek, Lebanon, Friday, April 24, 2020. Authorities closed all entrances to a Palestinian refugee camp in eastern Lebanon Friday after four more people tested positive for the coronavirus, heightening concerns over the virus spreading among the population of overcrowded refugee camps and settlements. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Palestinians wearing masks to help curb the spread of the coronavirus stand on their balcony watching the arrival of the Lebanese health minister, at Jalil, or Galilee Palestinian refugee camp, in Baalbek, Lebanon, Friday, April 24, 2020. Authorities closed all entrances to a Palestinian refugee camp in eastern Lebanon Friday after four more people tested positive for the coronavirus, heightening concerns over the virus spreading among the population of overcrowded refugee camps and settlements. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

A health worker dressed in a protective outfit walks in an alley at the Wavel Palestinian refugee camp (also known as the Jalil camp) in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley, on April 24, 2020, after cases of infection by the novel coronavirus were detected there. The residents of the Wavel camp were tested after a member of a household, a Palestinian refugee from Syria, was admitted to the state-run Rafic Hariri hospital in the capital Beirut for demonstrating COVID-19 symptoms. / AFP / -

CORRECTION / A nurse at the Lebanese hospital Notre Dame des Secours shows a heart gesture with her hands as others dance to music played by a band thanking them for their efforts to support patients during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, in the northern coastal city of Byblos on April 23, 2020. / AFP / PATRICK BAZ

TOPSHOT - Medical staffers of a Lebanese government hospital dance to music played by a band thanking them for their efforts to support patients during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, in the northern coastal city of Tripoli on April 23, 2020. / AFP / PATRICK BAZ

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