Two deaths and 102 new coronavirus infections have been recorded in the last 24 hours in Lebanon, where the pandemic has already caused a total of 1,097,492 infections, 10,398 deaths and 1,083,698 remissions since its appearance in the country in February 2020.
According to the Health Ministry report published on Saturday, 3% of the beds reserved for COVID-19 patients are occupied with 20 admissions. Thirteen others have been admitted to intensive care, which currently occupies 4% of the beds.
In favor of vaccination, 49.2% of eligible people received the first dose of vaccine and 43.2% per second. The recall campaign, which began last October, enabled 24.5% of eligible people to receive a third dose.
In addition to the daily report, the Ministry of Health published a report on Thursday On the adverse effects of the vaccine, according to data collected between February 14, 2021 and April 15, 2022. The text indicates that 5,332,315 doses of vaccine were given during this period, and a total of 25,108 reported adverse events of effect were counted, regardless of the type of vaccine received (Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, SinoPharma and Modern).
Health indicators, usually reassuring for several weeks, have prompted officials to ease health measures since the start of the pandemic. Fully vaccinated passengers are no longer required to submit a negative PCR test result upon arrival at Beirut International Airport, and restrictions placed on tourist destinations and restaurants have been lifted.
Two deaths and 102 new coronavirus infections have been recorded in the last 24 hours in Lebanon, where the pandemic has already caused a total of 1,097,492 infections, 10,398 deaths and 1,083,698 remissions since its appearance in the country in February 2020. According to the report of the Ministry of Health published on Saturday, 3% of beds reserved for Covid-19 patients…
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