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Timeline and information

As of the time of writing, March 27, the Syrian government announced that there has been so far five cases of Covid19-infections reported.

On March 18, in regime-controlled areas, the government has ordered that schools are being closed and buses will be disinfected. Restaurants, gyms, and other gathering places are closed too.

Later on March 25, the country introduced a nationwide curfew from 6 pm to 6 am. Additionally, they ordered the closure of most businesses and the ban on all flights.

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Flag of Syria Syria

Capital Damascus
Time In Capital
Population 17,1 million (2019)

Current Restriction Level: Extreme


Last validated on March 28, 2020:

March 27: Syria banned traveling between cities in an attempt to stop the further spreading of the coronavirus in the war-torn country.

16

Confirmed Cases

2

Reported Deaths
Latest update April 05, 2020 [Source]

Latest News Updates

We increased the restriction level for Syria from moderate to extreme, as the country introduced a nationwide curfew, [..]

March 28, 2020

We increased the level of restrictions of Syria from Unknown to Moderate [..]

March 24, 2020

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