Today’s COVID-19 report in Lebanon: November 9, 2021


Lebanon registered 240 new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on Tuesday, the Ministry of Health announced in its daily report on the outbreak.

In the past 24 hours, 5 COVID-19 patients died while 240 others recovered, bringing the total number of virus-related deaths and recoveries in Lebanon to 8,551 and 621,010, respectively.

The cumulative number of infections confirmed in the country to date has reached 646,869, of which 17,308 are active cases.

At the time of writing, 17,308 COVID-19 patients are lying in hospital beds in Lebanon.
Between Monday and Tuesday, 3,422,622 people in Lebanon received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 1,576,090 others received the second dose over the same period.
According to the Ministry of Health, a total of 1,846,532 and 1,576,090 people in the country were given the first and second syringes.

The ministry had confirmed 824 infections and 6 deaths related to the disease on Monday.
Lebanon detected its first case of COVID-19 on February 21, 2020.
Schools and universities closed a week later, restaurants and tourist facilities a week later.
The first death related to COVID-19 was confirmed on March 10, and the first recovery followed on March 11.

Lebanon enforced a general mobilization on March 15 and imposed its first pandemic curfew on the 26th of that month.

The country has since put in lockdowns and various travel bans and local restrictions as authorities work to keep the outbreak under control.

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