First Batch of Quarantined Citizens in Benghazi Discharged


The Central Chamber of the ‘Coronavirus Monitoring and Investigation Team’ in Benghazi said that the first group of citizens have returned home following the end of their quarantine period.

These citizens arrived from abroad on specially chartered flights and were placed under a two week mandatory quarantine.

In a statement, the Chamber thanked the citizens for their cooperation during this difficult period.

Benghazi’s Director of Health Services, Nasser Al-Kadiki, the assistant general manager of the Unity Bank in the East, Fawzi Jaddoula, and a number of members of the Central Chamber were present when the citizens were discharged.