Restaurants In Lebanon Will Reopen With These New Changes This Week

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Restaurants in Lebanon reopened on Monday, May 4th, before the country closed again for 4 consecutive days. Restaurants and cafes already gave a glimpse of what the reopening will be like in Lebanon.

Lebanon is going back to the initial plan of progressive reopening, on Monday, May 18th, but with some adjustments to the rules by the Ministry of Interior.

Regarding the procedures that will be followed starting Monday, the Ministry of Interior announced that restaurants and cafes are allowed to open with 50% of their capacity (previously, it was 30%).

These restaurants and cafes will be open from 5:00 AM till 7:00 PM.

The banning of shisha still stands. Any restaurant that breaks this rule will be shut down.

Here is everything you need to know about the safe reopening of restaurants in Lebanon.

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Restaurants In Lebanon Will Reopen With These New Changes This Week

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