Lebanon’s economic crisis, coupled with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic that shut the country down, could lead to a famine. The price of food has gone up significantly, as the value of the Lebanese pound goes down drastically. Food prices have gone up by 56% since October. There are estimates from the World Bank that 75 % of the country’s population could end up living in poverty, France24 reported. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
The coronavirus pandemic and an economic crisis could lead to a famine in the country, The Telegraph reported.
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