In a statement late Monday, the centre said it received a total of 658 suspected cases, 646 of whom tested negative and 12 positives.
All the new infections are in southern Libya, the centre said.
The UN-backed government in the capital Tripoli recently decided to ban the entry into and exit from Sabha and imposed a 24-hour curfew for seven days starting from May 28, in order to fight the pandemic.
The Libyan authorities have taken a series of protective measures against the virus, including closing the country’s borders, mosques and schools, banning public gatherings and imposing curfews.
Edited By: Abdulfatah Babatunde (NAN)