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No More Restrictions On Cars’ Movement In Lebanon


In a new memo, the Minister of Interior and Municipalities in Lebanon, Mohamed Fahmy, announced that the Resolution No 479 is canceled.

This resolution, which was issued as part of the preventive health measures, restricted the movement of cars, trucks, and motorcycles according to their license plate numbers (odd and even).

All vehicles are now allowed to go around on Lebanese roads normally and daily, so in case you missed Beirut’s traffic… here you go again. Back to normal commuting life in Lebanon.

This decision is implemented as of Sunday, June 14th. The cancelation came after two months of cars only being allowed on the roads based on odd/even license plates due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.

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No More Restrictions On Cars' Movement In Lebanon

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