All passengers with Lebanon as a final destination arriving from Iraq and all African countries (except South Africa, Central African Republic, Ghana, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco), are required to:
Have a prepaid hotel reservation at one of the hotels approved by the Ministry of Tourism in Lebanon (Lancaster Hotels, Golden Tulip Hotel, and Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel)
Must stay for 48 hours until they receive their PCR test results
Then they have to do a second PCR test
Quarantine at home for 72 hours until they test result come out
Hotel reservations are not required if you’re traveling from countries not listed above. However, you must self-isolate until you receive the PCR test result from the Ministry of Public Health.
Children under the age of 12 don’t have to take a PCR test. In addition, people who left Lebanon and returned within one week are exempted from taking the PCR test at the departing location.
All passengers travelling to Lebanon must fill a health declaration form online before departure.
Editor’s note: This information is accurate at the time of writing this article. However, this is a rapidly evolving issue and we recommend checking with the airlines and health ministries for the most updated information
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