Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril, the Libyan revolutionary government in power, has abolished Gaddafi’s long dictatorship in 28 years. He died of the Coved-1 epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus. Al Jazeera reported on Monday (April 7th), with the Libyan political party National Forces Alliance.
Meanwhile, he was hospitalized in Cairo, Egypt’s capital, for two weeks after being attacked by Covid-1, where he died, according to the party.
On the other hand, a manager at the hospital in Cairo told AFP that he was admitted to the hospital two weeks ago with a heart problem. Three days later, he was diagnosed with Covid-I.
In addition to the head of the revolutionary government, Mahmoud Zibril served as finance adviser to the Gaddafi government.
According to reports, a total of eight people have died and one has died in Libya until Monday (April 8) due to a global pandemic caused by Novel Coronavirus, a global outbreak from Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, China.