Health Minister Hamad Hassan on Tuesday deemed cooperation and commitment as key factors to Lebanon’s salvation from the coronavirus outbreak, saying that the government plan is clear in easing some of the general mobilization’s measures.
“We are systematically moving towards returning to a normal life,” Hassan told reporters.
“We hope that all citizens would adhere to the guidelines imposed by the government so as to prevent a second virus wave,” he said.
Hassan stressed that the government is the one to decide whether to reopen the country or not, saying that such decision depends on the social behavior statistics.
“Lockdown measures will be reduced every time we record low coronavirus cases,” he added.
“The Lebanese citizen has proven that with steadfastness he can overcome all sort of challenges.”