Lebanon’s health minister hesitant to reopen airport after returnees infect locals

Lebanon’s health minister hesitant to reopen airport after returnees infect locals
Lebanon’s health minister hesitant to reopen airport after returnees infect locals

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A closed souvenir shop in front of the treasury site in the ancient city of Petra is seen empty of tourists after the government closed all tourist facilities in the country amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus in Jordan. Reuters

A mask-clad worker walks near a mural depicting Ruler riding a horse as a jockey, along Al Mustaqbal Street in Dubai. AFP

Iraqi Karate-coach Asif Mohamed (right) gives a Karate lesson to a young man it his house in Baghdad, Iraq. All training centers for Karate are closed in Baghdad. EPA

The ancient city of Petra is seen empty of tourists after the government closed all tourist facilities in Jordan. Reuters

A mask-glad young anti-government protester faces members of the security forces during a demonstration in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, despite the ongoing threat of the coronavirus. AFP

People visit Kugulu public garden, in Ankara, Turkey days after the government lifted a series of restrictions. AP Photo

A demonstrator clad in sunglasses and mask looks on during a protest against Israeli plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, in the West Bank city of Nablus. AFP

Young Palestinian girls sit at the window sill in Gaza City amid the coronavirus pandemic crisis. AFP

Young Palestinians play at the seashore in Gaza City amid the coronavirus pandemic. AFP

A mask-clad Palestinian boy takes part in the noon (Dhuhr) prayers along with other worshippers, at mosque in Gaza City. AFP

Members of the Tutunamayanlar's team (The Outcasts) and Turkish actor Dogu Demirkol prepare to record an episode, in Beykoz, in the outskirts of Istanbul. Turkey is known for its obsession with TV dramas -- which are also a massive export success -- and not even the coronavirus restrictions stopped the team on Tutunamayanlar (The Outcasts) from keeping the show going. AFP

A woman sewing colourful bedouin-styled face masks, at the city of El-Arish the capital of Egypt's North Sinai province, to be sold online to customers as part of coronavirus prevention. AFP

Colourful bedouin-styled face masks made by women members of the association, at the city of El Arish the capital of Egypt's North Sinai province, to be sold online to customers as part of coronavirus prevention. AFP

A man who is in contact with people who have contracted the coronavirus wears a protective face mask as he receives through iron bars the free medicines provided by the ministry of health, at a medical centre in Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

A street vendor wearing a mask sells roses in Sidon, Lebanon. Reuters

A shoe polisher and his son wait for customers on Hamra Street, Beirut, Lebanon. EPA

A Yemeni volunteer wearing a protective suit sprays disinfectant at a neighborhood amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in Sanaa, Yemen. EPA

An Iranian man walks in front of a pastry shop in the capital Tehran. AFP

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