FOUCHER ADDRESSING FRENCH IN LEBANON: TO RESPECT LEBANESE GOVERNMENT’S ANTI-CORONAVIRUS MEASURES

 Ambassador of France, Bruno Foucher, on Monday asked the French nationals in Lebanon to respect the firm measures adopted by the Lebanese government in prevention against the spread of coronavirus.

“We are now living an exceptional period where we are all asked to make efforts. The Lebanese government, on Sunday, March 5, took firm measures which we consider responsible and adequate to combat the spread of coronavirus,” said Foucher.

“I know these measures are difficult, but I am asking you to respect them as they are today the sole deterrent to the quick spread of coronavirus,” he stressed.

He lastly called upon everybody to stay home.

Source: National News Agency

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