Why there are no coronavirus cases in Syria, Libya and Yemen

Libyan political analyst Izz Al Din Aqil said today, Friday, that Syria, Libya and Yemen are considered isolated areas from the rest of the countries, which makes the possibility of infection with the coronavirus almost very limited.

Aqil added that it is difficult to verify an issue who is responsible for bombing facilities under these circumstances, but it is likely that the armed militias are violating the truce in a large and continuous way because it is very clear that they are not satisfied with keeping things on the situation remains, and the army remains in the places it reached before the armistice.

The harassment comes from these armed militias for the Libyan army to pressure it to retreat to the extent that it is safe for them.

Regarding the cases of coronavirus infection in Libya, Aqil explained that Syria, Libya and Yemen are isolated regions from the rest of the countries, which makes the possibilities of infection with the coronavirus almost very limited.

It is located in Yemen, Syria and Libya.

The United Nations Mission in Libya had condemned the bombing yesterday and said that it had caused the killing of 4 girls and young women, hours after international appeals for a humanitarian ceasefire to assist in efforts to tackle the coronavirus.

The mission said on Twitter that “the four, between the ages of 14 and 20, and 5 others, including 11-year-olds, were wounded during a random shelling that affected a civilian neighborhood in Ain Zara, and it was said that the Libyan National Army forces launched it”.

Libya has not confirmed any case of coronavirus, but its CDC has warned with the World Health Organization that the country’s situation does not allow for any outbreaks of the disease.