At least 15 Syrian refugees living in the same building in east Lebanon have tested positive for COVID-19, the United Nations said Wednesday, ahead of plans to screen thousands of refugees.
Syrian refugees sit together in a tent at the Lebanese border town of Arsal. (File photo: Reuters)
Syrian refugees in a building under construction they have been using as a shelter in the city of Sidon in southern Lebanon, on March 17, 2020. (File photo: AP)