Lebanon receives more foreign donations after Beirut’s blasts

Lebanon continued to receive donations from foreign countries to support the country following the explosions that rocked Beirut on Aug. 4, LBCI local TV channel reported.

Greece sent medical equipment to be distributed among hospitals in Lebanon.

The Australian embassy offered masks for the fight against COVID-19 while the World Health Organization distributed surgery material from Russia to public hospitals in southern Lebanon.

An aircraft arrived in Beirut from Canada carrying food products offered by two Lebanese expatriates residing in Canada.

Two huge explosions rocked Port of Beirut on Aug. 4, shaking buildings all over Lebanon’s capital, while killing at least 183 people and wounding around 6,000 others.

This has caused great damage to a big part of the city while plunging more people into poverty after they lost their houses.