Branded facemasks and bars of soap plastered with the logos of political parties, bottles of disinfectant neatly laid out in shrines to prominent leaders, drones delivering party broadcasts amid the country’s lockdown.
Inadequate masks that are not just useless but dangerous, because they provide a false sense of security, produced en masse by parties that are not just...— Peter Harling (@PeterHarling) April 5, 2020
(Photo credit: @Patrick_Baz) pic.twitter.com/ZtljT9KziB
An image shows bottles of sanitizer with the Lebanese Forces political party's logo on neatly arranged in a room with LF leader Samir Geagea's portrait in the background. (Facebook, HEY Lubnan)
Competing to sterilize streets
Hezbollah’s coronavirus campaign dwarfs political rivals
Hezbollah’s Islamic Health Unit out disinfecting #Beirut’s southern suburbs today (not my video but shared with owner permission). Other municipalities doing similarly in #Lebanon, but not sure what they’re spraying & if this sort of campaign effective against #coronavirus ? pic.twitter.com/YNyQA4XBgh— Lizzie Porterلِيزي بورتر (@lcmporter) March 24, 2020