The Ministry of Health has declared a public health state of emergency in Libya, requesting measures be taken to punish violators of the quarantine in accordance with the Libyan health law, the spokesman for the Ministry, Faraj Tayeb Hassan said.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has stressed the importance of conducting an inclusive electoral process that involves the High Council of State (HCS) in the preparation of electoral laws, including during the meeting in Rome, in line with relevant provisions of the Libyan Political Agreement and the Tunis Roadmap regarding the preparation of the electoral legislation.
The US special envoy and ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, has discussed with the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, the general budget bill, as well as the path to the elections.
"I met Prime Minister Dbeibah today to discuss our bilateral relationship, and American support to complete the work of the unity government, the budget, and the path to the December elections on which the Libyan people depend”, Norland said.
The National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has recommended imposing tighter Covid-19 restrictions to contain soaring infections as authorities struggle to tackle a new wave.
The NCDC released Sunday a report indicating an increase in the Covid-19 fatalities and warned that isolation centers are filling up.
The epidemiological indicators are unstable, and the virus is spreading fast, the NCDC report shows.
The Ministry of Interior has launched a security campaign in the coastal areas to identify the encroached beach lands, warning it would take action against those who prove to have seized state-owned plots.
The ministry confirmed that its team in the Law Enforcement Administration of Tripoli began inspecting resorts in Garabulli, Castelverde, and Al-Quway'iyah, which are homes to some of the most popular beaches in Tripoli.
It is located in the south of the Mediterranean on the western coast of Libya, 10 km from the seashore and 120 km to the west of the capital, Tripoli. Its population is more than 30,000 people.
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