Restaurants and cafes in Lebanon will reopen their doors as of Monday, November 30th, while applying the required health measures and precautions against COVID-19.
Every coffee shop and restaurant can’t host though more than 50% of its capacity.
The Syndicate also called on the Ministries to take the holiday season into consideration: “The holiday season is approaching, and the only remaining hope is that the sector opens its doors until 12:00 midnight and, on this basis, the expatriates will decide to come to Lebanon or not.”
Noting that the two-week lockdown in Lebanon has been lifted, the curfew is now from 11 pm till 5 am, and the schools are reopening. However, all entertainment venues are to remain closed across the country.
The pandemic is still rampaging through the country as the lockdown has failed to put a halt to it or even tone it down. People are urged to maintain social distancing and abide by the precautionary measures.
The fight against the coronavirus is still ongoing.
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