Five Suspected Cases of COVID-19 Test Negative in Libya


The National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) said on Thursday that a further five suspected COVID-19 virus (commonly known as ‘Coronavirus’) cases have tested negative.

The NCDC announced on April 1st, two more patients had been diagnosed with COVID-19, raising the total number of people infected with the virus in Libya to 10.

Dozens of people in Libya are being tested daily, in an attempt to monitor and prevent the spread of the COVID-19. The Libyan government has taken a series of stringent precautionary measures, to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus in the country, notably the imposition of countrywide curfews and the closure of its borders.