BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Ministry of Health announced the registration of three new cases of the emerging coronavirus, bringing the total to four inside the country.

The coronavirus cases were reportedly discovered among recent travelers that returned to Syria via the Damascus International Airport.

Earlier this week, the Syrian Ministry of Health announced its first coronavirus case after receiving testing kits from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Currently, Syria has approximately 1,000 testing kits, despite fears that the virus has already spread.

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Hayton
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2020-03-26 05:18

If they’ve only just received testing kits that figure has got to be far higher.

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jens holm
2020-03-26 06:38

Its a kind of funny strange Assads dont name the areas taken by Turks and SDFs as Syria.

Are those being there not people or what.