Lebanon extends night time curfew as COVID cases rises

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Lebanon, banes authorities have extended the timings  a nationwide nighttime curfew and placed a number of towns and villages under total lockdown. 

Night-time curfew  has been increased by four hours, asking people to stay off the streets and shops to close between 9pm local time and 5am.  

The Interior Ministry also put 115 towns and villages in total lockdown for a week because of a high positive infection rate and “high level of danger.” Bars and nightclubs will continue to be closed; restaurants and cafes are to continue to operate at 50% while public gatherings and parties are barred.

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