Workers remove debris from a hospital that was heavily damaged in last month’s explosion in Beirut. Lebanon’s interim health minister, Hamad Hasan, told local media last month that the health system was “on the brink” of being overwhelmed, due to the needs of blast victims and COVID-19 patients.

Workers remove debris from a hospital that was heavily damaged in last week’s explosion that hit the seaport of Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. The massive explosion is just the latest in multiple crises that have hit Lebanon the past year, including massive protests, economic collapse and the coronavirus pandemic. Some Lebanese, whether poor or middle class, now feel their resolve is simply broken. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)