. Lebanon’s coronavirus lockdown stokes hunger, fear among desperate families « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NBC –  Decades of political corruption, stark inequality and a persistent economic crisis have meant that the coronavirus has taken a back seat to other challenges in Lebanon — particularly after a massive port warehouse explosion in Beirut in August killed 200 people and destroyed a third of the capital. Now, however, millions of impoverished people are struggling in the lockdown.

Learn about Lebanon’s dire COVID-19 caseload, draconian lockdown and choked food distribution at NBC News.

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