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Libya’s Disease Control Center says four suspected Coronavirus cases have tested negative

The Libyan National Center for Disease Control has confirmed that four suspected Coronavirus cases have tested negative.

In a statement on Thursday, the Libyan National Center for Disease Control said the four cases were at Saraya Hospital in Alkhumus city, on board a fuel tanker, and Hadba Hospital in Tripoli.

According to the statement, the laboratory tests proved that the four suspected cases had no Coronavirus.

On Tuesday, Libya registered its first positive Coronavirus case for a 7373-year-old man who returned on March 05 from Saudi Arabia via Tunisia to Libya.

On Wednesday, the Libyan National Center for Disease Control said it had put the case’s next of kin in self-isolation at their homes and that their laboratory samples tested negative.

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