The Anti-coronavirus Supreme Committee convened a meeting on Saturday to review the country's response to the Covid-19 pandemic and discuss the situation in the south.
The meeting was chaired by the Presidential Council head, Fayez al-Sarraj in the presence of the Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Health.
The committee evaluated the measures taken to stem and contain the disease, and the readiness of hospitals, isolation sites, and quarantine centres, according to the PC head media office.
Sarraj was briefed on the equipment provided to health facilities, such as laboratory diagnostic devices, ventilators, preventive medical supplies, and the arrangements put in place for following-up the Covid-19 developments at the local and international level.
The attendees also reviewed the compliance with the national response plan within the framework of the general strategy established to combat this epidemic.