Authorities in Kuwait, Algeria, Jordan and Lebanon on Sunday reported new cases of the novel coronavirus. 

In a press conference, a spokesman for Kuwait’s Health Ministry said eight people were infected with the virus, taking the total infections in the Gulf state to 112. 

In Algeria, Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad said the country’s coronavirus cases rose from 37 to 45, including four deaths. 

Jordan also confirmed six new infections in the country. 

In a statement, Jordanian Health Minister Saad Jaber said the new cases include four French tourists and a Jordanian citizen, who recently visited Britain. 

The Lebanese Health

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