Beirut - The lockdown will start on Thursday and ends on Sunday, said information obtained by Kataeb.org.
Lebanon will witness a complete lockdown next week following the increase in the numbers of the coronavirus cases in the country, said information obtained by kataeb.org website.
The total lockdown will start on Thursday and ends on Sunday.
Health Minister Hamad Hassan earlier announced that he will ask the government to issue a lockdown order for 48 hours in case figures continue to rise.
The Health Ministry issued its daily report on COVID-19 in Lebanon.
Lebanon has registered 13 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours with two infections among returning Lebanese eex-pats a report issued by the Health Ministry announced on Saturday.
A total of 809 people have so far been infected by the virus, with a death toll of 26.