The health authorities have decided to lighten the measures at Beirut international airport, with a single PCR test now for passengers who have been vaccinated abroad and more specifically for people who have received the second dose of vaccine in Lebanon or again from the United States, the European Union, New Zealand, Canada, Egypt or even certain Arab countries, such as Morocco or Tunisia.

For the moment, all other provisions remain valid.

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For the other passengers, it will be a question of carrying out a PCR test in one of the laboratories accredited by the competent authorities of the countries from which they are leaving within a maximum period of 96 hours before the date of the trip to Lebanon and of presenting the PCR test result at the check-in counters prior to the trip. A second test will be carried out upon their arrival at Beirut International Airport. This test will be billed through the price of plane tickets up to $ 50.

Children under the age of 12 as well as members of UNIFIL and diplomatic staff are exempt from PCR testing.

Passengers without a negative PCR result are not allowed to board MEA planes departing from Lebanon.

All passengers wishing to return to Lebanon aboard an MEA aircraft will also need to complete the form issued by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health and available through the following link: https://arcg.is/0GaDnG .

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