Lebanese authorities indicate that 40 people have died from complications induced by covid19 within 24 hours. 1,277 cases were also diagnosed.

In addition, a tribute ceremony to the 38 doctors who died of COVID was organized by the councils of the order of Beirut and Tripoli today.

What are the numbers of the day?

Coronavirus Bilan Liban 29 Mars

A total of 462,339 have been infected since February 21, 2020, the date of the discovery of a first case in Lebanon.

1,277 have been diagnosed positive on that day. 94 people have been re-infected with the virus in the past 24 hours.

The daily number of local contaminations is 1,260 cases. 17 cases from abroad were diagnosed.
The total number of people affected by the virus reaches 457,724 local cases and 4,615 cases from abroad.

2,269 people are said to be currently hospitalized and 970 people are in critical condition and 271 people are placed on ventilators.

92,548 are currently active and 356,820 are cured

40 deaths have been announced in the last 24 hours. The total number of people who have died is 6,136 since the onset of the disease in Lebanon on February 21, 2020.
The ratio of positive tests remains high with the figure of 17.3 %.

How many people have been vaccinated?

No vaccination was performed yesterday.
This Saturday, 3,096 people were vaccinated for the first time and 4,257 people received a second dose in the past 24 hours.
A total of 125,106 people received a first dose and 69,013 people received both doses.

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