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Lebanon’s healthcare on brink of collapse amid crisis, says minister

By Reuters
21 January 2022   |   8:45 am
Lebanon's healthcare system is crumbling amid an economic crisis that has led to an exodus of thousands of doctors and nurses, forced private hospitals to close some departments and put further strains on the already stretched state sector.

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