Hundreds of Tunisians stranded for weeks in war-torn Libya due to the coronavirus have returned home after forcing their way through a border crossing, the UN and aid groups said on Tuesday.
There are two main camps in Libya: the Turkish-backed coalition led by the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the UAE-backed coalition led by military commander Khalifa Haftar.
Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) has declared a 10-day curfew starting Friday to fight the novel coronavirus, Anadolu reports.
Libya’s National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced 13 new Coronavirus / Covid-19 cases yesterday. It’s the biggest increase in a day since Tuesday’s announcement of 9 new cases. it brings the country’s total cases to 48.
The new coronavirus is spreading into conflict-affected states. The pandemic and efforts to contain it are much more likely to aggravate and multiply conflicts than reduce or end them.
Libya’s Tripoli-based Foreign Ministry announced plans on Sunday to repatriate citizens stranded abroad during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The National Center for Disease Control in Libya has announced recording nine new Coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 35 COVID-19 patients.
The Libyan National Center for Disease Control announced on Saturday registering a new Coronavirus case after running 17 tests in the Reference Laboratory in Tripoli.
The Tripoli-headquartered National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced yesterday that Benghazi reported three new cases of Coronavirus cases, bringing the country’s total to 24. It also announced on Wednesday that a total of eight patients had recovered.
Coronavirus cases in Libya: Two new cases including the first in Benghazi and a second case of recovery
The Tripoli-headquartered National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced late last night two new Coronavirus cases in Libya, including the first in Benghazi.