BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 P.M.) – The Syrian government announced the registration of the fifth infection of the coronavirus, as the total cases continue to increase.

According to the Syrian Health Ministry, the total number of new cases has risen to five, with four of the cases coming on Wednesday.

The ministry said that the fifth case is a person who arrived from outside the country and was immediately quarantined upon arrival at the Damascus International Airport.

The Syrian government announced the start of the night curfew imposed on all Syrian territory, beginning at  6 P.M. (local time)

 

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jens holm
2020-03-26 06:50

I hope they will announce the standard rules and keep them hard. Its very needed, well known and easy. Its keeo distance and we know how thios one is preading out. Handwashing everytime You have touched others or other things other touch and reduce cough. And dont use any bad advices formedicin or vitamines. All are fake. When You pray do it not in groups but spread out some and at home or in distance. If You love Your grandparents, its a must. Be a repsonsible person. And no one dies washing hands and like that a couple of times… Read more »