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REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING

REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING TO LEBANON AS OF DECEMBER 15, 2021

. All passengers arriving to Lebanon must register on the MOPH PASS platform of the Ministry of Public Health through the following website: https://PASS.MOPH.GOV.LB and make sure that the sent information is correct, before obtaining an MOPH PASS.

. All Passengers arriving to Lebanon, except children under 12 years old, must perform a PCR test in a Lab. There should be no more than 48 hours between the date of the test result and the date of arrival to Lebanon.

. Passengers should upload the PCR test result on the platform of the Ministry of Health referred to in item 1 above, where a QR code will be created for each passenger coming to Lebanon and sent to him via a text message with a link to download it.Upon arrival at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, the QR Code will be read to ensure that the passenger's information is correct before being allowed to enter.

. All passengers arriving to Lebanon, except Children under 12 years old and UNIFIL shall perform a PCR test upon their arrival to Beirut.

. Starting January 10, 2022 the payment method for the PCR test performed at BRHIA, will be amended as follows:

All passengers arriving to Lebanon, except Children under 12 years old and UNIFIL must pay 30$ in advance through a credit card, and that shall be done exclusively through the above electronic platform, in order to obtain a MOPH PASS that allows them to perform a PCR test upon their arrival to BRHIA.

. Passengers, who have performed a PCR test upon arrival at BRHIA, shall remain quarantined at home. They will be informed about the test result within 24 hours via a text message as well as an electronic copy of the result.

. If the PCR test result was positive, the passenger must immediately call the Covid-19 hotline 1787 at the Ministry of Public Health, if not contacted by the ministry team.

EXEMPTIONS FROM PERFORMING A PCR TEST BEFORE TRAVELING TO LEBANON:

. Passengers having received the second dose of Covid-19 vaccine, or a complete dose of Covid-19 vaccine (which consists of one dose only) minimum 2 weeks before their departure to Lebanon, or passengers who were infected and cured from Covid-19 within 90 days before their departure date, are exempted from performing a PCR test at the countries of departure, but they shall perform a PCR test at BRHIA, provided that they will upload certificates and official documents of proof to the platform of the Ministry of Public Health in order to obtain a MOPH PASS.

. Passengers who travelled out of Lebanon and returning within one week,  (traveling and returning before the same day during the following week, will be exempted from doing a PCR test in the country of departure, but shall perform a PCR test at BRHIA upon their arrival to Lebanon, provided that they will upload certificates and official documents of proof to the platform of the Ministry of Public Health in order to obtain a MOPH PASS.

. Cabin crew arriving to Lebanon and staying  for a period no more than 48 hours are exempted from doing the PCR test upon arrival at the airport, and they shall remain quarantined in their places of residence, throughout their stay in Lebanon.

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Entry requirements

This advice reflects the UK government’s understanding of current rules for people travelling on a full ‘British citizen’ passport from the UK, for the most common types of travel.

The authorities in Lebanon set and enforce entry rules. If you’re not sure how these requirements apply to you, contact the Lebanese Embassy in the UK .

COVID-19 rules

There are no COVID-19 testing or vaccination requirements for travellers entering Lebanon. 

Passport validity requirements

Your passport should be valid for at least 3 months from the date you enter Lebanon.

Check with your travel provider that your passport and other travel documents meet requirements. Renew your passport if you need to.

You will be denied entry if you do not have a valid travel document, or try to use a passport that has been reported lost or stolen.

Checks at border control

If your passport contains an Israeli stamp, you may be refused entry to Lebanon even if you hold a valid Lebanese visa. 

Visa requirements

British citizens can normally apply for a free single-entry tourist or family visit visa on arrival at Beirut airport. A tourist visa is valid for one month from the date of entry. Travellers can extend their visa for up to three months at the General Security offices.

British citizens can also obtain a visa from the Lebanese Embassy in London. These may be valid for a different time period. Travellers should make sure they understand their visa validity to avoid any penalties for overstaying.

Travellers overstaying their visa may have to pay a fine in the local currency at the airport (please note, US dollars will not be accepted). This should be paid at departures before security procedures.

British overseas citizens  and  British protected persons  will need to get a visa before travelling to Lebanon.

Persons of Palestinian origin may also need a visa before travelling, or to carry additional documentation with them when travelling.

Entry requirements may change at short notice. Check with the  Lebanese Embassy  in the UK before you travel.

Name checks against offender database

Lebanese immigration authorities check all visitors’ names on arrival against a database of those wanted for, or convicted of, offences in Lebanon. If your name matches an entry on the database, you may be detained (or occasionally allowed entry by surrendering your passport) until they can prove that the record does not relate to you. You might be able to do this by producing a copy of a birth certificate or other official documentation that allows parents’ names to be checked against the database. Consider carrying this kind of supporting documentation.

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In addition to being subject to all Lebanese laws, U.S. citizens who also possess Lebanese nationality may also be subject to other laws that impose special obligations on them as Lebanese citizens. Lebanese citizens who are discovered to have associated with Israeli citizens or officials or traveled through Israel are subject to arrest and detention. Any citizen arriving at a Lebanese point of entry with an Israeli stamp in their passport may be detained, arrested, or denied entry. Penalties are especially harsh if the traveler is of Arab origin or a dual national. Travelers have also been detained if they have a family name that may be considered of Israeli or Jewish origin. Travelers who have previously entered Lebanon illegally, whether as refugees or for transit to a third country, may be denied entry into the country even if they are or have since become U.S. citizens. In most cases, travelers are returned to their point of origin on the first available flight. If a U.S. citizen is detained for questioning and then subject to deportation, they are expected to pay the cost of their own airline ticket and will remain under detention until they have gathered the necessary funds. U.S. citizens planning to travel between Lebanon and Syria should consult the Department of State’s Travel Warning for Syria. U.S. citizens planning to travel to Syria from Lebanon in spite of the Travel Warning are strongly advised to travel only via legal border crossings and to obtain a Syrian visa before leaving the United States, as they may have difficulty securing one while in Lebanon. U.S. citizen travelers who also hold Syrian nationality and are travelling via land borders to Lebanon should be aware that if they enter Lebanon on their Syrian ID, Lebanese law mandates that they must exit on their Syrian ID via the land border and are not permitted to depart from the airport. To ensure the ability to transit Lebanon and depart via the airport, U.S. citizens holding Syrian dual nationality should apply for a Lebanese entry visa in their U.S. passport at the Lebanese border. Lebanese law does not protect consensual same-sex relations in Lebanon. Current Lebanese legislation prohibits “unnatural sexual intercourse,” an offense punishable by up to one year in prison. While prosecutions are rare, the U.S. Embassy is aware that prosecutions have occurred for same-sex relations. For further information on LGBT travel, please review the LGBT Travel Information page. U.S. citizens living in or traveling to Lebanon have occasionally been denied permission to leave the country because a criminal, civil, or family court has imposed a travel hold. For example, a head of household can place a travel hold against a spouse and children in family court even before the family arrives in Lebanon. Travel holds can be easily initiated and may remain in place for a substantial period of time. While the U.S. Embassy can direct U.S. citizens to options for legal representation, it cannot have travel holds removed, even in times of crisis. As of June 1, 2013, the Lebanese government is requiring registration of all devices (i.e.: cellphones) using Lebanese SIM cards. Temporary visitors to Lebanon usingLebanese SIM cards on their personal roaming devices will need to register their devices. Visitors should visit Alfa and Touch stores or Help Desks located at the Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport, bringing their passport containing the entry stamp into Lebanon. Registration should be done within one month of the entry date stamped on the passport. A separate registration with Customs is required for all brand new cellphones brought into Lebanon; used devises do not require Customs registration. Only one brand new phone per-person is allowed to enter the country via the airport. Individuals may register this one new phone with Customs at the airport, and Customs will give the individual a receipt for the phone which will allow them to register the phone with Alfa or Touch. Only three brand new or used devices for personal use can be registered within a period of six months with Alfa or Touch. U.S. citizens who come to work in Lebanon should ensure that their Lebanese employer arranges for proper documentation to remain in the country. This includes professional athletes, who should make certain that their sponsoring club/team arranges for them to receive the correct visas valid for the duration of their stay. Travelers coming to Lebanon as professional athletes should ensure that a written contract is in place before traveling as many athletes have experienced problems with scams and false offers of employment. Mandatory military service in Lebanon was abolished on February 4, 2007. However, travelers with questions about prior military service, desertion, or failure to register in the past should contact the Military Office of the Embassy of Lebanon, 2560 28th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008, or call (202) 265-2335 or fax (202) 667-0063 for details prior to traveling to Lebanon. Information about military service can also be found at the Lebanese government website. Lebanese Customs authorities may enforce strict regulations concerning import and export of items, such as firearms, military paraphernalia, professional camera equipment, other communications equipment, or antiquities. You should contact the Embassy of Lebanon in Washington, D.C., or one or one of Lebanon's consulates in the United States, for specific information regarding customs requirements.

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Travel advisory january 29, 2024, lebanon - level 3: reconsider travel.

Updated to reflect lowering the overall Travel Advisory to Level 3, information about southern Lebanon, the border with Syria, and refugee settlements in Lebanon, information on crime and political violence, kidnapping, unexploded landmines, civil unrest, and the “If you decide to travel” section.

Reconsider travel to Lebanon due to  crime, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, unexploded landmines, and armed conflict . Some areas, especially near the borders, have increased risk. Read the entire Travel Advisory.

Do Not Travel to:

  • Southern Lebanon due to the  potential for armed conflict;
  • The border with Syria due to  terrorism and armed conflict;
  • Refugee settlements due to  the potential for armed clashes .

Country Summary : U.S. citizens in Lebanon should be aware of the risks of remaining in the country and review their personal security plans. U.S. citizens are urged to avoid travel to southern Lebanon, the Syrian border, and refugee settlements in Lebanon.

U.S. citizens in Lebanon should be aware that consular officers from the U.S. Embassy are not always able to travel to assist them. The Department of State considers the threat to U.S. government personnel in Beirut sufficiently serious to require them to live and work under strict security. The internal security policies of the U.S. Embassy may be adjusted at any time and without advance notice.

Terrorist groups continue plotting possible attacks in Lebanon. Terrorists may conduct attacks with little or no warning targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, and local government facilities.

The Lebanese government cannot guarantee the protection of U.S. citizens against sudden outbreaks of violence and armed conflict. Family, neighborhood, or sectarian disputes can escalate quickly and can lead to gunfire or other violence with no warning.

Local security authorities have noted a rise in violent crimes, including political violence. Multiple unsolved killings in Lebanon may have been politically motivated.

Kidnapping, whether for ransom, political motives, or family disputes, has occurred in Lebanon. Suspects in kidnappings may have ties to terrorist or criminal organizations.

Unexploded landmines and explosive remnants of war are a hazard along the border with Syria. Heed land mine warning signs. Do not venture off the road into areas marked off with red and white plastic tape. Avoid roadside ditches, shoulders, and unmarked trails. Never touch anything resembling unexploded munitions.

U.S. citizens should avoid demonstrations and exercise caution if in the vicinity of any large gatherings or protests as these have the potential to turn violent quickly and with little notice. Protesters have blocked major roads, including thoroughfares between downtown Beirut and the area where the U.S. Embassy is located, and between Beirut and Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport.

Read the  country information page  for additional information on travel to Lebanon.

If you decide to travel to Lebanon:

  • Visit our website for information on   Travel to High-Risk Areas .
  • Appoint one family member to serve as the point of contact with kidnappers/hostage-takers, media, U.S. and host country government agencies, and members of Congress if you are kidnapped, or taken hostage.
  • Keep travel documents up to date and easily accessible.
  • Do not touch unknown metal objects and avoid traveling off well-used roads, tracks, and paths due to risk of unexploded ordnance.
  • Avoid demonstrations and crowds.
  • Stay alert in locations frequented by Westerners.
  • Monitor local media for breaking events and adjust your plans based on new information.
  • Enroll in the  Smart Traveler Enrollment Program  ( STEP ) to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
  • Follow the Department of State on  Facebook  and  Twitter .
  • Review the  Country Security Report  for Lebanon.
  • Visit the CDC page for the latest  Travel Health Information  related to your travel.
  • U.S. citizens who travel abroad should always have a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the  Traveler’s Checklist .

Southern Lebanon – Level 4: Do Not Travel (See map below)

The U.S. Embassy strongly urges U.S. citizens to avoid southern Lebanon; that is, all parts south of the city of Saida, to include inland areas, as illustrated in the map below. Cross-border rocket, missile, and artillery fire continues to impact southern Lebanon on a daily basis and has caused a significant number of fatalities and injuries.

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Border with Syria – Level 4: Do Not Travel

The U.S. Embassy strongly urges U.S. citizens to avoid the Lebanon-Syria border, which has seen clashes between Lebanese security forces and Syrian-based violent extremist groups. The U.S. Department of State also warns U.S. citizens of the risk of traveling on flights that fly over Syria, which include some flights to and from Beirut.

Refugee Settlements – Level 4: Do Not Travel

The U.S. Embassy urges U.S. citizens to avoid travel to refugee settlements in Lebanon, which are prone to outbreaks of violence including shootings and explosions.

Visit our website for  Travel to High-Risk Areas .

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The security situation can deteriorate further without warning.

If the armed conflict intensifies it could impact your ability to depart the country by commercial means. You should not rely on the Government of Canada for assisted departure or evacuation.

In the event of an evacuation, Government of Canada assisted departures will only be available to Canadian citizens and permanent residents in Lebanon, as well as their accompanying spouse and dependent children. All travellers will require valid travel documents for their assisted departure. The required onward travel to Canada from a safe third location will be at your own expense.

Make sure your travel documents and those of your spouse and children are up to date and secure at all times.

You should consider leaving by commercial means now, if you can do so safely.

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Security situation in Beirut and southern Lebanon

The situation in Lebanon remains volatile and unpredictable due to violent clashes along the border with Israel, including daily rocket and missile fire as well as air strikes. On January 2, 2024, explosions caused by suspected drone strikes occurred in the Dahiyeh district of Beirut, resulting in casualties. The attacks appear to be related to the ongoing conflict in the region and could lead to an escalation of hostilities in Lebanon.

Your safety and security could be at risk. If you intend to travel to Lebanon despite the advisory, you should consult local authorities and/or experienced local partners, plan a secure route, and monitor the security situation where you are travelling. Emergencies may require you to shelter in place with robust supplies of food, water and medications. Since October 2023, the Government of Canada has advised Canadians to leave Lebanon while commercial options remain available.

If you are in Lebanon, including in Beirut:

  • be extremely vigilant and aware of your surroundings
  • book a flight to leave the country
  • expect a heightened security presence
  • carry identification documents at all times
  • avoid the area along the borders with Israel and Syria
  • make sure your passport and travel documents are up-to-date, including those of your family
  • register and update your contact information through the Registration of Canadians Abroad service and encourage other Canadian citizens in Lebanon to do so

Security situation

The security situation is precarious in Lebanon. Large-scale protests in response to the situation in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip have lead to civil unrest, particularly in Beirut. Protestors have targeted foreign embassies and international organizations.

The country faces a major economic crisis, resulting in severe shortages of basic necessities including medicines and fuel. Tensions and altercations between individuals waiting at gas stations and pharmacies have occurred outside Beirut. The economic instability has also affected the delivery of public services, including healthcare.

The crime rate is on the rise. Decreasing resources within security forces affects law enforcement capabilities.

Pre-existing sectarian tensions, coupled with the spillover of the conflict in Syria, are also playing a destabilizing role in the country.

2SLGBTQI+ persons

2SLGBTQI+ persons are discriminated against based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or sex characteristics.  Incitement to violence and attacks on 2SLGBTQI+ persons occur. On August 23, 2023, members of an organized group stormed a queer-friendly bar in Beirut and physically attacked clients.

There are reports of individuals using popular dating apps and websites to threaten, extort and blackmail 2SLGBTQI+ persons.

  • Beware of people who show a keen interest online
  • You could be the victim of a scam if you agree to meet with an online acquaintance
  • Always meet new acquaintances in a secure and familiar location
  • Inviting a stranger to your hotel room or apartment can be risky

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Areas South of Litani River

The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) maintains additional peacekeepers south of the Litani River near the border with Israel due to the security situation. This region remains highly militarized and volatile. Rocket launches and border incidents resulting in casualties occasionally occur, provoking retaliatory attacks in this region and elsewhere in Lebanon.

Forces other than the Lebanese authorities exert significant control over parts of this region. Access restrictions may delay or prevent Canadian officials from providing assistance to citizens in these areas.

The international border between Lebanon and Israel is not entirely defined. UNIFIL enforces the Blue Line, which separates the two countries. Areas adjacent to the Blue Line are often heavily mined. The areas of Ghajar, Kfar Shouba Hills and Shebaa Farms are inaccessible from Lebanon. The border with Israel is closed.

Avoid all travel south of the Litani River, especially near the border with Israel due to ongoing military activity.

If you are travelling to the city of Tyre, use only the main coastal highway. Travel permits from Lebanese authorities and/or UNIFIL may be required to enter areas south of the Litani River that border Israel.

Southern Suburbs of Beirut

Armed groups are present in large parts of Beirut’s southern suburbs. These neighbourhoods are targets for organized crime and terrorist attacks causing deaths and injuries. Tactics used by terrorists include car bombing, suicide bombing and rocket fire. There is also a risk of kidnapping and you could be caught in violent clashes between armed groups.

North Lebanon

While Lebanese security forces have conducted operations in northern Lebanon to improve the security situation, some parts of the region remain unstable. Some of these areas have experienced inter-communal violence that can spread to outlying areas. Heavy weapons fire (machine guns, grenades and rocket-propelled grenades), sniper activity and terrorist incidents have occurred.

Extremist groups have sought refuge in northern Lebanon, including throughout Akkar District.

Border region with Syria

The security situation in regions bordering Syria has deteriorated as a result of the ongoing conflict. Armed groups as well as the Lebanese and Syrian military have carried out operations resulting in casualties. Tensions between armed groups have also increased in border areas, resulting in violent clashes and kidnappings.

The border is not always clearly marked.

North Eastern Bekaa Valley

The security situation in the North Eastern Bekaa Valley is volatile and there is an ongoing risk of sporadic violence, organized crime, and kidnapping.

Palestinian refugee camps

The security situation in Palestinian refugee camps and surrounding areas remains tense and unpredictable. Violence is common in some camps—particularly Ain el Helweh, near Saida, and Beddawi, near Tripoli.

Refugee camps are often located close to urban centres and are not always visibly demarcated. Exercise caution and remain aware of your whereabouts at all times in order to avoid unknowingly entering a camp. Palestinian authorities control the security in most camps and may delay or refuse to grant Canadian officials access to Canadian in these areas.

There’s a threat of terrorism. Attacks can occur at any time and any place in Lebanon.

Targets could include:

  • government buildings, military installations and schools
  • places of worship
  • airports and other transportation hubs and networks
  • public areas such as tourist attractions, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, shopping centres, markets, hotels and other sites frequented by foreigners

Local authorities are on a high state of alert and carry out anti-terrorism operations across the country to prevent attacks. The potential for attacks and a rapid deterioration of the security situation remains across the country, including in Beirut.

There is a significant presence of terrorist groups in several areas of southern Lebanon, including in the southern suburbs of Beirut and the northern Bekaa Valley. Armed actors other than Lebanese authorities exert a large amount of control in some areas, and they may delay or prevent Canadian officials from assisting Canadians in the region.

Politically-motivated attacks also remain likely. A number of such attacks have taken place in the southern suburbs of Beirut.

Always be aware of your surroundings when in public places. Be particularly vigilant during sporting events, religious holidays and other public celebrations. Terrorists may use such occasions to mount attacks.

Lebanon is experiencing chronic fuel shortages. You may have some difficulties securing fuel.

There are frequent, prolonged and unpredictable closures of fuel stations. Long lineups have formed at gas stations, creating road blockades which have led to several accidents. Arguments and violent altercations, sometimes involving use of weapons have also occurred. Decrease in fuel quality has also been reported causing damages to vehicles.

Fuel and diesel shortages are also impacting other sectors such as:

  • telecommunication, including internet
  • water and waste collection
  • shops, cafes and restaurants

The difficulty to access fuel and diesel has led to frequent unplanned closures of power generators and interruptions in the delivery of basic commodities such as water, flour, and gas.

Medicine and medical supplies

There are shortages of medicine and medical supplies. When available, these may be very costly. Such shortages have also significantly affected the health care sector, with many private hospitals closing or reducing their services.

Ensure that your emergency kit is complete.

Exchange rates and foreign currency

In recent months, the value of the Lebanese Pound has depreciated quickly against the US Dollar. As a result, there is a high inflation on prices of most goods and services. The economic situation could affect your ability to pay for goods and services.

There is also a severe shortage of foreign currency. It is very difficult to access US Dollars locally. Change in foreign currency may also not be available. While ATMs are generally stocked with Lebanese Pounds, there may be limits on daily withdrawals imposed by certain banks.

Many stores and companies no longer accept credit/debit cards.

  • Plan accordingly
  • Ensure that you have access to adequate cash
  • Avoid carrying large sums of cash on yourself and keep foreign currency out of sight

Power disruptions

Power outages and rationing of electricity are common in many parts of the country, including in Beirut. They may affect critical infrastructure, such as hospitals. They could also affect other essential services such as food production and distribution.

Other services are often disrupted during such events, including:

  • public water supply
  • communications, mainly cellular telephone and Internet

Demonstrations

The deterioration of the security environment and the political uncertainty may lead to an increase in civil unrest at any time. Planned and spontaneous demonstrations related to the domestic and regional situations regularly occur in Lebanon, particularly in Beirut.

Even peaceful demonstrations can turn violent at any time. They can also lead to disruptions to traffic and public transportation.

The road to Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport is subject to sporadic closures, due to various factors including clashes between various local groups. Access to the airport may be unavailable for extended periods when the security situation deteriorates.

  • Avoid all areas where demonstrations and large gatherings are taking place
  • Allow extra time to get to and from the airport
  • Follow the instructions of local authorities
  • Monitor local media for information on ongoing demonstrations

Mass gatherings (large-scale events)

Kidnappings have occurred in the border areas with Syria, in the Bekaa Valley and could happen in other parts of Lebanon. In the southern suburbs of Beirut, foreigners and residents have been held against their will. Although most incidents of kidnapping typically involve Lebanese residents, foreigners have also been targeted. Maintain a high level of vigilance at all times.

Landmines and unexploded ordnance continue to pose a threat in some parts of the country, including south of the Litani River and near the northeastern border region.

  • Look for posted landmine warnings
  • Stay on paved roads
  • Avoid walking or hiking in these areas.

Petty crime has significantly increased since 2020. Purse snatching, pick pocketing, car thefts, and residential break-ins, occur regularly.

There are reports of thefts at Beirut’s international airport. Criminals have stolen goods from luggage, looking especially for medications.

  • Be vigilant in all crowded locations
  • Don’t carry large sums of money
  • Ensure that your personal belongings, including your passport and other travel documents, are secure at all times

Violent crime and sexual assault have also increased. Shooting incidents, especially at gas stations, have led to injuries and deaths of civilians.

There is a highly visible security presence throughout the country. 

  • Exercise vigilance and appropriate safety precautions
  • Carry personal documentation with you and follow the instructions of Lebanese security authorities

Road safety

Congestion and aggressive driving are serious problems throughout the country. Drivers often don’t respect the rules of the road, and traffic laws are not consistently enforced. Be cautious when crossing streets, as drivers don’t always give pedestrians and cyclists the right of way.

Road accidents and serious road rage incidents causing injury or death are common in Lebanon.

Road lighting is sporadic and unreliable in urban areas and virtually non-existent in rural areas. At night, many drivers use their high beams exclusively, often creating a serious hazard due to blinding glare. Increased power cuts have led to interruptions of traffic lights in the city centre, including at major intersections.

Public transportation

Avoid public transportation, which is crowded, unsafe and unreliable.

Foreigners using shared transportation have been victims of armed robbery, either by the driver or other passengers. Most major hotel chains will have an agreement with a reputable taxi company and can arrange the taxi for you.

  • Don’t use shared or “service” taxis.
  • Always pre-arrange transportation with a safe and reliable taxi company.
  • Don’t hail taxis off the street and avoid using unmarked taxi services.

We do not make assessments on the compliance of foreign domestic airlines with international safety standards.

Information about foreign domestic airlines

Every country or territory decides who can enter or exit through its borders. The Government of Canada cannot intervene on your behalf if you do not meet your destination’s entry or exit requirements.

We have obtained the information on this page from the Lebanese authorities. It can, however, change at any time.

Verify this information with the  Foreign Representatives in Canada .

Entry requirements vary depending on the type of passport you use for travel.

Before you travel, check with your transportation company about passport requirements. Its rules on passport validity may be more stringent than the country’s entry rules.

Regular Canadian passport

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date you expect to leave Lebanon.

Passport for official travel

Different entry rules may apply.

Official travel

Passport with “X” gender identifier

While the Government of Canada issues passports with an “X” gender identifier, it cannot guarantee your entry or transit through other countries. You might face entry restrictions in countries that do not recognize the “X” gender identifier. Before you leave, check with the closest foreign representative for your destination.

Other travel documents

Different entry rules may apply when travelling with a temporary passport or an emergency travel document. Before you leave, check with the closest foreign representative for your destination.

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Tourist visa: required Student visa: required Work visa: required Business visa: required

As a Canadian citizen, you must obtain a visa to visit Lebanon. Ensure you apply for the proper type of visa for the specific purpose of your trip. Visas are available at Lebanese diplomatic missions abroad or at any port of entry into Lebanon.

Make sure your visa is valid for the duration of your stay. An expired entry visa must be extended by Lebanese authorities or you will not be allowed to leave the country.

Entry stamp

Your passport must show a Lebanese entry stamp in order to exit the country. If you acquire a new passport while in Lebanon, you must present your old passport containing proof of entry to authorities upon departure.

Travel bans

Local authorities may issue travel bans that won’t allow you to enter or exit Lebanon, regardless of your nationality.

You may also be denied re-entry to Lebanon if you left Lebanon as a refugee. To ensure that you are not subject to a travel ban to re-enter Lebanon, contact the Lebanese authorities prior to your departure to Lebanon

Regional travel

Travel to or from Israel is illegal in Lebanon. You may be refused entry into Lebanon if your passport bears an Israeli visa, an Israeli border stamp, or an Egyptian or Jordanian border stamp issued by an office bordering Israel, as such a stamp could indicate you visited Israel prior to visiting Lebanon.

South of the Litani River

Travel permits from Lebanese authorities and/or UNIFIL may be required to enter areas south of the Litani River bordering Israel.

Children and travel

Children travelling with only one parent may be required to provide an authorization letter from the other parent to exit Lebanon.

  • Travelling with children

Yellow fever

Learn about potential entry requirements related to yellow fever (vaccines section).

Relevant Travel Health Notices

  • Global Measles Notice - 13 March, 2024
  • COVID-19 and International Travel - 13 March, 2024

This section contains information on possible health risks and restrictions regularly found or ongoing in the destination. Follow this advice to lower your risk of becoming ill while travelling. Not all risks are listed below.

Consult a health care professional or visit a travel health clinic preferably 6 weeks before you travel to get personalized health advice and recommendations.

Routine vaccines

Be sure that your  routine vaccinations , as per your province or territory , are up-to-date before travelling, regardless of your destination.

Some of these vaccinations include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, varicella (chickenpox), influenza and others.

Pre-travel vaccines and medications

You may be at risk for preventable diseases while travelling in this destination. Talk to a travel health professional about which medications or vaccines may be right for you, based on your destination and itinerary. 

Yellow fever is a disease caused by a flavivirus from the bite of an infected mosquito.

Travellers get vaccinated either because it is required to enter a country or because it is recommended for their protection.

  • There is no risk of yellow fever in this country.

Country Entry Requirement*

  • Proof of vaccination is not required to enter this country.

Recommendation

  • Vaccination is not recommended.

* It is important to note that country entry requirements may not reflect your risk of yellow fever at your destination. It is recommended that you contact the nearest diplomatic or consular office of the destination(s) you will be visiting to verify any additional entry requirements.

About Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres in Canada

There is a risk of hepatitis A in this destination. It is a disease of the liver. People can get hepatitis A if they ingest contaminated food or water, eat foods prepared by an infectious person, or if they have close physical contact (such as oral-anal sex) with an infectious person, although casual contact among people does not spread the virus.

Practise  safe food and water precautions and wash your hands often. Vaccination is recommended for all travellers to areas where hepatitis A is present.

Measles is a highly contagious viral disease. It can spread quickly from person to person by direct contact and through droplets in the air.

Anyone who is not protected against measles is at risk of being infected with it when travelling internationally.

Regardless of where you are going, talk to a health care professional before travelling to make sure you are fully protected against measles.

  Hepatitis B is a risk in every destination. It is a viral liver disease that is easily transmitted from one person to another through exposure to blood and body fluids containing the hepatitis B virus.  Travellers who may be exposed to blood or other bodily fluids (e.g., through sexual contact, medical treatment, sharing needles, tattooing, acupuncture or occupational exposure) are at higher risk of getting hepatitis B.

Hepatitis B vaccination is recommended for all travellers. Prevent hepatitis B infection by practicing safe sex, only using new and sterile drug equipment, and only getting tattoos and piercings in settings that follow public health regulations and standards.

 The best way to protect yourself from seasonal influenza (flu) is to get vaccinated every year. Get the flu shot at least 2 weeks before travelling.  

 The flu occurs worldwide. 

  •  In the Northern Hemisphere, the flu season usually runs from November to   April.
  •  In the Southern Hemisphere, the flu season usually runs between April and   October.
  •  In the tropics, there is flu activity year round. 

The flu vaccine available in one hemisphere may only offer partial protection against the flu in the other hemisphere.

The flu virus spreads from person to person when they cough or sneeze or by touching objects and surfaces that have been contaminated with the virus. Clean your hands often and wear a mask if you have a fever or respiratory symptoms.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious viral disease. It can spread from person to person by direct contact and through droplets in the air.

It is recommended that all eligible travellers complete a COVID-19 vaccine series along with any additional recommended doses in Canada before travelling. Evidence shows that vaccines are very effective at preventing severe illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19. While vaccination provides better protection against serious illness, you may still be at risk of infection from the virus that causes COVID-19. Anyone who has not completed a vaccine series is at increased risk of being infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 and is at greater risk for severe disease when travelling internationally.

Before travelling, verify your destination’s COVID-19 vaccination entry/exit requirements. Regardless of where you are going, talk to a health care professional before travelling to make sure you are adequately protected against COVID-19.

In this destination, rabies is commonly carried by dogs and some wildlife, including bats. Rabies is a deadly disease that spreads to humans primarily through bites or scratches from an infected animal. While travelling, take precautions , including keeping your distance from animals (including free-roaming dogs), and closely supervising children.

If you are bitten or scratched by a dog or other animal while travelling, immediately wash the wound with soap and clean water and see a health care professional. In this destination, rabies treatment may be limited or may not be available, therefore you may need to return to Canada for treatment.  

Before travel, discuss rabies vaccination with a health care professional. It may be recommended for travellers who are at high risk of exposure (e.g., occupational risk such as veterinarians and wildlife workers, children, adventure travellers and spelunkers, and others in close contact with animals). 

Safe food and water precautions

Many illnesses can be caused by eating food or drinking beverages contaminated by bacteria, parasites, toxins, or viruses, or by swimming or bathing in contaminated water.

  • Learn more about food and water precautions to take to avoid getting sick by visiting our eat and drink safely abroad page. Remember: Boil it, cook it, peel it, or leave it!
  • Avoid getting water into your eyes, mouth or nose when swimming or participating in activities in freshwater (streams, canals, lakes), particularly after flooding or heavy rain. Water may look clean but could still be polluted or contaminated.
  • Avoid inhaling or swallowing water while bathing, showering, or swimming in pools or hot tubs. 

Travellers' diarrhea is the most common illness affecting travellers. It is spread from eating or drinking contaminated food or water.

Risk of developing travellers' diarrhea increases when travelling in regions with poor standards of hygiene and sanitation. Practise safe food and water precautions.

The most important treatment for travellers' diarrhea is rehydration (drinking lots of fluids). Carry oral rehydration salts when travelling.

Typhoid   is a bacterial infection spread by contaminated food or water. Risk is higher among children, travellers going to rural areas, travellers visiting friends and relatives or those travelling for a long period of time.

Travellers visiting regions with a risk of typhoid, especially those exposed to places with poor sanitation, should speak to a health care professional about vaccination.  

Cholera is a risk in parts of this country. Most travellers are at very low risk.

To protect against cholera, all travellers should practise safe food and water precautions .

Travellers at higher risk of getting cholera include those:

  • visiting, working or living in areas with limited access to safe food, water and proper sanitation
  • visiting areas where outbreaks are occurring

Vaccination may be recommended for high-risk travellers, and should be discussed with a health care professional.

Insect bite prevention

Many diseases are spread by the bites of infected insects such as mosquitoes, ticks, fleas or flies. When travelling to areas where infected insects may be present:

  • Use insect repellent (bug spray) on exposed skin
  • Cover up with light-coloured, loose clothes made of tightly woven materials such as nylon or polyester
  • Minimize exposure to insects
  • Use mosquito netting when sleeping outdoors or in buildings that are not fully enclosed

To learn more about how you can reduce your risk of infection and disease caused by bites, both at home and abroad, visit our insect bite prevention page.

Find out what types of insects are present where you’re travelling, when they’re most active, and the symptoms of the diseases they spread.

Animal precautions

Some infections, such as rabies and influenza, can be shared between humans and animals. Certain types of activities may increase your chance of contact with animals, such as travelling in rural or forested areas, camping, hiking, and visiting wet markets (places where live animals are slaughtered and sold) or caves.

Travellers are cautioned to avoid contact with animals, including dogs, livestock (pigs, cows), monkeys, snakes, rodents, birds, and bats, and to avoid eating undercooked wild game.

Closely supervise children, as they are more likely to come in contact with animals.

Cases of locally-acquired   Middle East respiratory syndrome  (MERS) have been reported in this country.

MERS is a viral respiratory disease caused by the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).

Some people infected with MERS-CoV experience no symptoms, while others may experience mild flu-like or more severe pneumonia-like symptoms. About one-third of reported cases have result ed in death.

Eat and drink safely ,   and   avoid close contact with animals, especially camels. If you must visit a farm or market, make sure you practise good hygiene and  wash your hands  before and after contact with animals.

There is currently no licensed vaccine to protect against MERS.

Person-to-person infections

Stay home if you’re sick and practise proper cough and sneeze etiquette , which includes coughing or sneezing into a tissue or the bend of your arm, not your hand. Reduce your risk of colds, the flu and other illnesses by:

  •   washing your hands often
  • avoiding or limiting the amount of time spent in closed spaces, crowded places, or at large-scale events (concerts, sporting events, rallies)
  • avoiding close physical contact with people who may be showing symptoms of illness 

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) , HIV , and mpox are spread through blood and bodily fluids; use condoms, practise safe sex, and limit your number of sexual partners. Check with your local public health authority pre-travel to determine your eligibility for mpox vaccine.  

Medical services and facilities

The medical services and supplies in Lebanon are being affected by the economic crisis and the fuel shortages. As such :

  • air conditioning and lighting may be turned off
  • non-essential medical treatment may be cancelled
  • some sections of hospitals may have reduced capacity or be closed
  • hospitals may refuse to admit patients due to the lack of space or supplies

Medical care facilities could be difficult to access and services can be expensive. Private facilities may not have access to basic resources and may be forced to close or reduce their services, increasing the pressures on the public health system.

Payment in advance is almost always required in private health care facilities.

Make sure you get travel insurance that includes coverage for medical evacuation and hospital stays.

Travel health and safety

Keep in Mind...

The decision to travel is the sole responsibility of the traveller. The traveller is also responsible for his or her own personal safety.

Be prepared. Do not expect medical services to be the same as in Canada. Pack a   travel health kit , especially if you will be travelling away from major city centres.

You must abide by local laws.

Learn about what you should do and how we can help if you are arrested or detained abroad .

Photography

It is prohibited to photograph or videotape government buildings or military personnel, equipment and installations.

Avoid photographing individuals without their permission.

Penalties for possession, use or trafficking of illegal drugs are severe. Convicted offenders can expect jail sentences and heavy fines.

Individuals charged with drug offences can expect to remain in jail and to be denied bail throughout the judicial process. This process often takes years.

Drugs, alcohol and travel

Dress and behaviour

The dress code in Lebanon is more relaxed than most Middle Eastern countries.

To avoid offending local sensitivities:

  • dress conservatively
  • behave discreetly
  • respect religious and social traditions

Ensure your travel insurance is valid for driving in Lebanon.

You must carry an international driving permit.

International Driving Permit

In 2025, the lunar month of Ramadan is expected to begin on or around February 28.

In public, between sunrise and sunset, be discreet when:

Lebanese law criminalizes sexual acts ''contradicting the laws of nature’’ and a ''man disguising as a woman.’’ These provisions may be interpreted broadly to arrest, detain and prosecute 2SLGBTQI+ persons. If you are convicted, you could face imprisonment.

Authorities regularly ban peaceful gatherings and events related to 2SLGBTQI+ issues.

2SLGBTQI+ persons should carefully consider the risks of travelling to Lebanon.

Dual citizenship

Dual citizenship is legally recognized in Lebanon. However, local authorities will treat dual Canadian-Lebanese citizens as Lebanese nationals.

If local authorities consider you a citizen of Lebanon, they may refuse to grant you access to Canadian consular services. This will prevent us from providing you with those services.

Travellers with dual citizenship

Family law matters in Lebanon, including child custody and divorce-related decisions, are settled according to local religious laws.

Canadian custody documents, including Canadian court orders pertaining to custody, may not be automatically recognized or enforceable in Lebanon. 

Relatives frequently place travel bans on Canadians. If you are involved in custody or other family disputes, consult a lawyer for advice on how religious law in Lebanon may affect your family situation.

International Child Abduction

The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction is an international treaty. It can help parents with the return of children who have been removed to or retained in certain countries in violation of custody rights. It does not apply between Canada and Lebanon.

If your child was wrongfully taken to, or is being held in Lebanon by an abducting parent:

  • act as quickly as you can
  • consult a lawyer in Canada and in Lebanon to explore all the legal options for the return of your child
  • report the situation to the nearest Canadian government office abroad or to the Vulnerable Children’s Consular Unit at Global Affairs Canada by calling the Emergency Watch and Response Centre.

If your child was removed from a country other than Canada, consult a lawyer to determine if The Hague Convention applies.

Be aware that Canadian consular officials cannot interfere in private legal matters or in another country’s judicial affairs.

  • International Child Abduction: A Guidebook for Left-Behind Parents
  • Canadian embassies and consulates by destination
  • Emergency Watch and Response Centre

The currency is the Lebanese pound (LBP).

There is also a severe shortage of foreign currency. It is very difficult to access US Dollars locally. Change in foreign currency may not be available. While ATMs are generally stocked with Lebanese Pounds, there may be limits on daily withdrawals imposed by certain banks.

Traveller’s cheques are not accepted and will not be changed by local financial institutions.

Lebanon is located in a seismic zone. There have been several minor earthquakes in recent years.

In the winter months, mountain roads, including the main Beirut–Damascus highway, may be temporarily blocked or become impassable due to heavy snowfall. Flash floods can occur, rendering roads temporarily dangerous or impracticable.

Local services

In case of emergency, dial:

  • police: 112
  • medical assistance: 140
  • firefighters: 175

Consular assistance

For emergency consular assistance, call the Embassy of Canada in Beirut and follow the instructions. At any time, you may also contact the Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa.

The decision to travel is your choice and you are responsible for your personal safety abroad. We take the safety and security of Canadians abroad very seriously and provide credible and timely information in our Travel Advice to enable you to make well-informed decisions regarding your travel abroad.

The content on this page is provided for information only. While we make every effort to give you correct information, it is provided on an "as is" basis without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. The Government of Canada does not assume responsibility and will not be liable for any damages in connection to the information provided.

If you need consular assistance while abroad, we will make every effort to help you. However, there may be constraints that will limit the ability of the Government of Canada to provide services.

Learn more about consular services .

Risk Levels

  take normal security precautions.

Take similar precautions to those you would take in Canada.

  Exercise a high degree of caution

There are certain safety and security concerns or the situation could change quickly. Be very cautious at all times, monitor local media and follow the instructions of local authorities.

IMPORTANT: The two levels below are official Government of Canada Travel Advisories and are issued when the safety and security of Canadians travelling or living in the country or region may be at risk.

  Avoid non-essential travel

Your safety and security could be at risk. You should think about your need to travel to this country, territory or region based on family or business requirements, knowledge of or familiarity with the region, and other factors. If you are already there, think about whether you really need to be there. If you do not need to be there, you should think about leaving.

  Avoid all travel

You should not travel to this country, territory or region. Your personal safety and security are at great risk. If you are already there, you should think about leaving if it is safe to do so.

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TravelPass® FAQs

TravelPass lets you take your talk, text and data with you to 210+ countries and destinations for a set daily fee. For more information about using your device internationally, visit our Trip Planner .

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What is travelpass.

TravelPass lets you use your domestic talk, text and data* in 210+ countries and destinations outside the US for a set daily fee. Calling within the country you're visiting and back to the US are both included with this plan. *High speed data applies for the first 2 GB/day with 3G speeds thereafter. If more than 50% of your talk, text or data usage in a 60-day period is in Canada or Mexico, use of those services in those countries may be removed or limited.

How will I be charged for TravelPass?

You're only charged on days you use your device in a TravelPass country :

  • $5/day in Mexico and Canada. Remember, calling, texting and data use in Mexico and Canada are included at no extra cost in our Unlimited mobile plans.
  • $10/day in other TravelPass countries.
  • If you travel to 2 countries within a single 24-hour session or have a layover in a different country on your way to your final destination, you're still only charged for the first session.
  • There's no charge when you're in the US.

What will I be charged if I call another country other than the one I'm visiting or the US?

You will be charged as per your International Long Distance plan. If you do not have one, you will be charged international long distance pay per minute rates.

How does TravelPass work?

After you add TravelPass to your line:

  • A 24-hour TravelPass session starts automatically when you use your device in a TravelPass country (e.g., make or answer a phone call, send a text or use data).
  • You must turn on cellular data or data roaming when you go to the TravelPass country to use Travel Pass.
  • App content refreshing (e.g., Weather apps, Fitness Tracker, etc.)
  • Syncing (e.g., with email)
  • Device or app software updates
  • 2 hours after the session starts we send you a text letting you know when your 24-hour TravelPass session ends. Using your device after that time will start a new session.

Which countries can I call with TravelPass?

With TravelPass, you can call within the country you're visiting and you can call back to the US. If you want to call a different country, add an International Long Distance Plan to your line in My Verizon website or the My Verizon app. If you don't add an international long distance plan you'll be charged international long distance pay per minute rates for these calls.

Can I use Wi-Fi calling with TravelPass?

Wi-Fi calling isn't included with TravelPass. Wi-Fi calling to a country other than the US is charged international long distance rates regardless of whether or not you have an international travel plan.

Can I use my device while traveling outside the US?

Most smartphones and some tablets can be used when you travel abroad. Use our Trip Planner to find out if your device will work for your trip.

How do I get my device ready to use outside the US?

Before you use your device while traveling, make sure your device's roaming is turned on. Roaming must be on so your device can connect to cellular networks in your destination country. For instructions to turn roaming on and off:

  • Visit Let's Troubleshoot Your Devices to learn how to adjust your roaming settings.
  • Enter your device in the search field under Filter (e.g., "Samsung" or "S23", etc.) and choose your device.
  • Select Troubleshoot under the device's name on the device tile.
  • In the Search Another Issue field, type "Turn data roaming on or off." Follow the instructions for your device.

How do I add TravelPass to my line?

You can add TravelPass to your line by:

  • Visiting the Trip Planner in My Verizon.
  • Texting the word Travel to 4004.
  • For TravelPass to work, you must turn on cellular data or data roaming when you go to the TravelPass country.

Do I have to opt in every day to use TravelPass?

No, you don't need to opt in every day. Add TravelPass once and it stays on your line so you're all set for your next trip. You're only charged for the days that you use your device in a TravelPass country . There's no charge when you're in the US.

How do I get more high speed data once I've reached my limit?

TravelPass gives you high-speed data for the first 2 GB/day. After that, you'll have unlimited data at 3G speeds for the remainder of your TravelPass session. To get more high speed data after you use the daily 2 GB:

  • This additional data costs $5 in Mexico and Canada, $10 in all other TravelPass countries.
  • Reply speed to get the added high speed data.

You can buy additional 2 GB of high speed data multiple times during a single 24-hour session. Note: Additional high speed data sessions are not available in Andorra, Burundi, Bahrain, Ethiopia, Kiribati, Kosovo, Mauritius, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, South Sudan, Zimbabwe.

How do I get TravelPass days on us?

You get TravelPass days on us when you have:

  • 5G Get More*, 5G Do More* – Get a TravelPass day each month.
  • Verizon Visa Card – You get 2 TravelPass days per calendar year if you apply and are approved for the Verizon Visa Card.

*No longer available to add to your account.

Can I see how many TravelPass days I have?

All of your TravelPass days are stored in your TravelPass bank. To view your TravelPass bank:

  • In the My Verizon app, tap the Menu icon in the top left corner of the screen.
  • Tap Verizon Up .
  • Scroll down to Manage your TravelPass days.

You’ll see the number of TravelPass days you have. You can tap Manage to see the expiration dates of each of your TravelPass days and/or transfer* them to another eligible line on your account. *TravelPass days earned with 5G Get More or 5G Do More phone plans can't be transferred to other lines.

How do I use my TravelPass days?

The TravelPass days assigned to your line are automatically used when you have TravelPass active on your line and travel outside the US to a TravelPass country. When you arrive at your international destination, you receive a text message telling you how many TravelPass days you have. Once all your TravelPass days are used, the normal TravelPass daily fee will be applied. Note: TravelPass days aren't eligible for use on cruise ships .

Can I transfer my TravelPass days to another line on my account?

TravelPass days you get through the Verizon Visa Card can be transferred to another eligible line on the account. The Account Owner or Account Manager can make the transfer through the My Verizon app:

  • Go to your TravelPass bank in the My Verizon app.
  • Tap Manage .
  • Tap Reassign next to the TravelPass day you want to transfer to another line.
  • Select the eligible line you want to reassign the TravelPass day to.

The TravelPass day is now assigned to that line. Note:

  • TravelPass days you receive from your Verizon Visa Card won't automatically be assigned. You can view them and assign them on the Use Rewards tab of the Verizon Up screen in the My Verizon app.
  • TravelPass days earned with 5G Get More* or 5G Do More* phone plans can't be transferred to other lines.

Do my TravelPass days expire?

Here's when your TravelPass days expire:

  • Verizon Visa Card: TravelPass days expire at the end of the calendar year.
  • 5G Get More* and 5G Do More* TravelPass days expire 12 months after you receive them.

Tips on using TravelPass

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Verizon TravelPass Hi there! If you're planning on traveling abroad, we have a few simple tips to help you get the most out of your Verizon phone and your TravelPass. Make sure you enable roaming before you go, so that you can use data and voice services internationally. Go to settings, select cellular, then roaming, and make sure data and voice roaming are turned on. Remember, it may take up to three minutes for your phone to connect to local networks. If you experience service issues, be sure to turn your device off, then back on. This is a simple, yet effective way to reconnect your device to the international network while traveling. Making calls while outside the US will always need the international access code followed by a country code, and then the number you're calling. So on your iPhone, hold down the zero until you see the plus sign appear, enter the country code, then dial the number you want to call. And if you call a contact stored on your phone, double check that you've included the "+" and the country code. For more travel tips from Verizon, follow the link below: www.go.vzw.com/traveltips That's all for now! Enjoy your trip!

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From strong traditions to stunning landscapes, Lebanon promises visitors a chance to partake in peculiar experiences.

Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, provides a plethora of possibilities to tourists. There are many museums scattered across the city that offer visitors a glimpse into culture and history. Beirut is also home to many natural landscapes and sights, such as the René Moawad Garden.

Byblos is another area to stop by if one if looking to make the most out of their time in Lebanon. Byblos is also packed with opportunities for entertainment. This includes nearby Mzaar Kfardebian ski resort and a local wax museums. There are also various forts or castles to visit, such as the towering Byblos Castle.

Lebanon is a holiday destination abundant with history, nature and entertainment.

Do I Need Vaccines for Lebanon?

Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Lebanon. The National Travel Health Network and Centre and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Lebanon: COVID-19 , hepatitis A , hepatitis B , typhoid , rabies , cholera and tetanus .

See the bullets below to learn more about some of these key immunisations:

  • COVID-19 – Airborne – Recommended for all travellers
  • Hepatitis A – Food & Water – Recommended for most travellers to the region, especially if unvaccinated.
  • Hepatitis B – Blood & Body Fluids – Recommended for travellers to most regions.
  • Tetanus – Wounds or Breaks in Skin – Recommended for travelers to most regions, especially if not previously vaccinated.
  • Typhoid – Food & Water – Recommended for travellers to most regions.
  • Rabies – Saliva of Infected Animals – High risk country. Vaccine recommended for long-stay travellers and those who may come in contact with animals.
  • Cholera – Food & Water – Recommended for travel to most regions.

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See our vaccinations page to learn more about these infections and vaccines. Ready to protect yourself? Book your travel health appointment today by calling or schedule online now .

Do I Need a Visa for Lebanon?

While a visa is required for Lebanon, it is provided for free to UK citizens. Some individuals of various Middle Eastern descent may be required to obtain a visa prior to arrival. Contact the Lebanon embassy to learn more.

Passports must have at least three months validity at time of entry.

Sources: Embassy of Lebanon and GOV.UK

What Is the Climate Like In Lebanon?

The climate in Lebanon is generally warm and varies slightly by region. With its Mediterranean climate, the country experiences long, hot summers and rainy, cooler winters. January is typically the coldest month in Lebanon, with temperatures ranging from 5 to 10 degrees. August is the hottest month, with temperatures hitting highs of about 18 to even 40.

Sometimes, it can even reach a sweltering 42. Precipitation levels vary, but most rainfall occurs between November and March. Winds in Lebanon can also be strong, causing occasional sandstorms.

How Safe Is Lebanon?

Government organisations currently recommend against travel to Lebanon. Terrorist activity and violence have made conditions unsafe for travellers.

Crime within Lebanon is fairly moderate. Violent crimes and sexual assault are not as common, but theft and burglary are. Petty theft is common in crowded areas.

A Holiday Among Violence in Lebanon

Lebanon has a rich, varied culture, beautiful sights and promises a one-of-a-kind experience. But, some terrorist organisations actively operate within Lebanon. Anti-western sentiments have also spread across the region.

If you still choose to visit Lebanon, you should avoid the more turbulent and tense areas of the country. Avoid the Lebanon-Syria border and the Lebanon-Israel border regions completely. Avoid visiting the Bekaa Valley, as there is a strong terrorist presence there. You should also stay away from refugee camps, as violence can occur in these camps.

What Should I Pack for Lebanon?

Consider these key items when packing for your trip to Lebanon:

  • Sunnies and Sun Cream – The sun can become unforgiving to those it burns in Lebanon. If you wish to prevent sunburn and skin damage, pack a sun cream with at least SPF 50. Sunnies will help you stay comfortable and protect your eyes. Ensure to pack a pair of sunnies to wear whilst outside.
  • Insect Repellent – Though the number of mosquitoes varies by region, these pests are present in Lebanon. Bringing an insect repellent will help keep mosquitoes and other insects away. Packing a repellent with at least 20%-30% DEET will likely be the most effective.
  • Modest Clothing – Some areas in Lebanon can be on the more conservative side. It is not common for women to show most of their legs or chest. Packing clothes that allow you to cover those areas is recommending. A headscarf will also be needed if you intend to visit any religious sites.

Embassy of the United Kingdom in Lebanon

If you are in Lebanon and have an emergency (for example, been attacked, arrested or someone has died) contact the nearest consular services. Contact the embassy before arrival if you have additional questions on entry requirements, safety concerns or are in need of assistance.

British Embassy Beirut Serail Hill, embassy complex Beirut Central District PO Box : 11- 471 Beirut Lebanon Telephone: +961 (0)1 960800 Emergency Phone: +961 (0)1 960800 Fax: +961 (0)1 960855

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What to Know About Travel to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon

The israel-hamas war has affected tourism in neighboring middle eastern countries. local tour operators and travel companies report on the current conditions on the ground..

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Travelers to Egypt are likely to experience fewer crowds these days.

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Pia Abboud’s tour business, Discovery Beyond Borders , was already hurting after a trifecta of crises hit her native Lebanon. “Worldwide we had COVID, but in Lebanon, we also had the economic crisis , the Beirut explosion [in 2020], and now the war [in] Gaza and Palestine, which is affecting the south of Lebanon and the region in general,” she said via WhatsApp.

Abboud hasn’t led any tours since October 7, when the war between Israel and Hamas began . Seven months in, she isn’t sure how long she’ll be able to stay in business. “How resilient should we be? Every year there is another surprise that hits, and each time we think it can’t get any worse, and yet it does,” she said.

Jordanian guide Ahmad Alomari had just gotten home from a hiking-guide training in Utah and Wyoming when the war started. What was expected to be a busy high season amounted to cancellation after cancellation. Alomari said he’s seen a 90 percent drop in bookings compared to 2022. “I was thinking of selling my farm and investing out[side] of tourism, but at the same time, everything in Jordan is impacted, and no one is interested in buying,” he said.

Basem Salah, co-founder of Great Wonders of Egypt Travel , has also seen his bookings plummet since October. “The Gaza conflict has affected our cultural as well as beach tourism badly,” said Salah. In all three countries bordering Israel, the war is having a ripple effect on an important pillar of their economies: tourism.

Tourism had been on the rise

When the war began, Lebanon was still coping with one of the worst economic crises since the mid-19th century , which was brought on by a confluence of factors, including mounting debt, political instability, and financial mismanagement. But things had been improving in summer 2023 thanks in part to a “ tourism boom .” A couple of months later, visitors stopped coming, and the World Bank predicted that Lebanon’s economy could reverse into further recession .

Egypt was also seeing travel pick up. After its economy suffered from a spike in grain prices related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, 2023 was one of the country’s best years for tourism on record, the government said, though visitor numbers aren’t as high as predicted and aren’t expected to return until U.S. and European travelers do.

Jordan’s tourism industry was skyrocketing in 2023 as well, but in November, travelers from the United States dropped by 90 percent, and British, French, Italian, German, and Spanish visitors all but stopped coming as well. According to Hakim Al-Tamimi, Jordan tourism board’s representative for Western Europe and adventure travel, 4,531 Spanish travelers came to Jordan in September 2023, while just 747 visited the country in February 2024. The decline in visitors is especially significant for an economy like Jordan’s, which receives 14.6 percent of its gross domestic product from tourism (for context, the United States reached 2.9 percent in 2023 ).

Tour operators and hotels have had to lay off staff, leaving workers with few options for employment in Jordan’s fragile economy. “A lot of the things that, with all due respect, Western people take for granted, we just simply don’t have,” said Al-Tamimi. “We don’t have the concept of unemployment checks.”

Globe-style glamping units in Wadi Rum, Jordan, a red-hued sandy desert landscape filled with interested rock formations

A journalist who recently traveled to Wadi Rum reported that she had the glamping outpost entirely to herself.

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What it’s like to travel to Jordan, Egypt, and Lebanon now

Recent visitors and operators on the ground say world-famous sites like Petra in Jordan, Lebanon’s Baalbek Roman Ruins, and the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt are rather empty. “It is a recommended time to travel actually,” said Salah of Great Wonders of Egypt.

Yulia Denisyuk , a freelance journalist who visited Jordan on multiple occasions in the past seven years, said that when she was there in February, there was barely anyone in Wadi Rum and no one else at her favorite accommodation, Rum Planet Camp . “It was very surreal: Jordan is always calm but was even more so now without tourists there,” she said. “But it was also eerie and heartbreaking to know that [war] is happening so close to where we stood.”

Karolanne Emery, a teacher who embarked on a weeklong dive trip from London to Egypt in February, said she had a great time in Hurghada and Dahab, and she plans to return this October. “Honestly, apart from the Palestine flags, you would never know that there was a war happening in the next country,” she said.

Travel journalist Dayvee Sutton visited Lebanon on a 33-hour stopover in mid-October near the beginning of the war and said a short trip wasn’t nearly enough. “I only had two days and wish I stayed a week,” she said.

As of press time, the U.S. State Department lists a travel advisory for Jordan as a Level 2, or “exercise increased caution,” while Lebanon and Egypt are listed as Level 3 or “reconsider travel.” The highest level is 4, which is a “do not travel” advisory.

The Baalbek Roman Ruins in Lebanon featuring only a facade of six columns

The Baalbek Roman Ruins in Lebanon have traditionally been a popular cultural attraction for visitors.

Photo by Chloe Christine/Unsplash

Travel to the Middle East isn’t expected to return en masse as long as the war continues, but some in the industry are seeing signs that not all travelers are staying away.

Tour operator Intrepid says bookings for its tours to Egypt and Jordan “are strong,” and Alexandra Baackes of Wander Women Retreats said her 14-woman trip to Jordan for May 2024 was sold out. “We definitely have done a lot of guest reassurance around traveling to Jordan at this time, even offering to speak directly to some of our guests’ families who had hesitations,” she said. “As heartbreaking as the situation is right now across the border, I feel confident that our guests in Jordan and Egypt will not be impacted. If anything, they will find thinner crowds and even wider open arms than usual.”

The situation is different in Lebanon, which sees frequent missile fire over its southern border (Beirut, Egyptian Red Sea towns, and an U.S. Army base in northeastern Jordan on the border with Syria have also experienced strikes). Abboud of Discovery Beyond Borders in Lebanon doesn’t expect business to pick back up for at least a year—though her booking calendar is no longer empty. “I’m hosting three groups in the next two months,” she said. “But I still cannot deny that I am nervous every day that something is going to happen and they might cancel.”

“Honestly, we live day by day with no predictions or long-term plan,” she said.

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  • Minister Abiad: Funding the Import of Medicines on the Agenda of the Upcoming Cabinet Session
  • Health Minister's Office: The Demands of the RHUH Staff are not Treated with Disregard
  • The MoPH Instructs Northern Hospitals to Admit the People Injured after Migrant Boat Capsized
  • A Butcher Shop Shut Down over Selling Mixed Meat as Fresh
  • Minister Abiad Issues a Decision to Increase the Tariff of Dialysis Sessions
  • The MoPH Warns against the Consumption of the Poisonous Puffer Fish
  • The MoPH Requests Recall of Kinder Products over Potential Salmonella Contamination
  • The MoPH Confirms that Morphine-like Drug Is available in the Market
  • The Ministry of Public Health Warns People against the Danger of Eating Mushrooms
  • The Ministry of Public Health Explained the Reason Behind the Shortage of Morphine
  • Abiad: Patients shouldn't Be Turned Down and I will Help Hariri Hospital's Employees while Abiding by the Law
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.364/1 Date 4/4/2022
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.355/1 Date 31/3/2022
  • Tuberculosis Screening Campaign in all the Tuberculosis centers
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.272/1 & 273/1 & 274/1 Date 15/3/2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26&27-2-2022
  • Elections of the Council of the Syndicate of Psychotherapists and Psychoanalysts to be Held Tomorrow
  • The MoPH Announces the Closure of the UAE Center Following the Drop in the Number of COVID-19 Cases
  • The MoPH Ensures that Safe and Effective Vaccines are Strictly Used
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19&20&21&22&23&24-2-2022
  • Accepted Applications Nominated for Positions of Head and Member of Syndiacte of Psychologists
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.193/1 Date 22/2/2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18-2-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12&13&14&15&16-2-2022
  • COVID-19 National Vaccination Campaign FAQs about COVID-19 Vaccine
  • MoPH Publishes List of Drugs that have Arrived and that will Arrive to Lebanon
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.163/1 Date 15/2/2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5&6&7&8&9&10-2-2022
  • Minister of Health Confirms that the Breach on MOPH PASS Platform was Handled
  • Maintenance on MOPH PASS Platform
  • Minister of Health Requests to Tighten Security Measures and to Investigate the MOPHPASS Platform Breach
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30&31-1-2022 & 1&2&3&4-2-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26&27&28-1-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22&23&24&25-1-2022
  • The MoPH's Procedure to Gather the Vaccine Doses Administered Inside and Outside Lebanon in the Lebanese Certificate Exclusively
  • Abiad: The File of the Airport's PCR Test Money Now Before the Court of Audit
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.82/1 Date 26/1/2022
  • MoPH Statement on How to Obtain the PCR Result through the MOPH PASS
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19&20&21-1-2022
  • MOPH PASS Down for Maintenance Today, January 21, 2022 from 5 to 6 pm, Beirut Time
  • The MoPH Confirms that the Vaccines Can still be Used for Three More Months
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15&16&17-1-2022
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.56/1 Date 19/1/2022
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.29/1 Date 17/1/2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14-1-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11&12-1-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7&8&9-1-2022
  • Memorandum No.1 of 12/1/2022 Issued by the Minister on the Updated Period of COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5&6-1-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-1-2022
  • The MoPH Reduces the PCR Cost at the Airport
  • Pfizer Marathon to Take Place this Weekend, Targeting the Educational Sector and anyone who Wants to Take the Vaccine
  • Procedures for All Incoming Passengers to Lebanon starting 10/1/2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2-1-2022
  • The MoPH: Cases of COVID and Influenza Double Infection are Expected, but Not a Cause for Concern
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-12-2021&1-1-2022
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28&29-12-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-12-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24-12-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19&20&21&22&23-12-2021
  • Procedures For Incoming Passengers
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-12-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14&15&16&17-12-2021
  • Procedures for All Incoming Passengers to Lebanon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&7&8&9&10-12-2021
  • Statement Issued by The Committee Tasked with Following up COVID-19 Preventive Measures
  • The MoPH and the Central Inspection Welcomed the European Commission’s Decision on the Vaccine Certificate of Equivalence
  • The MoPH Confirms Two Cases of Omicron Variant
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5-12-2021
  • Volunteers Needed for the MoPH's Vaccination Campaign
  • Pfizer Marathon to Take Place this Weekend, Targeting all Age Groups
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1402/1 & 1406/1 Date 6/12/2021 & 1432/1 Date 7/12/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-12-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-11&1&2-12-2021
  • Third Dose Pfizer Marathon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24&25&26&27&28-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21&22-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-11-2021
  • The MoPH: The Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Now Available at a Subsidized Price
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14&15&16&17-11-2021
  • Proactive Measures Taken by the MoPH to Prevent Shortages of Drug Addiction Treatment
  • Issuance of a new drugs public price list modified on 15/11/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10-11-2021
  • Abiad Set to Visit Santa Maria Elderly Care Center with al-Hajjar
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&7-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3&4&5-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1-11-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 31-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22&23&24&25-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15&16-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12&13-10-2021
  • The MoPH: Death Toll From Tayouneh Clashes Rises To 7
  • The MoPH Requests all Hospitals to Treat the Injured at its Own Expense
  • 6 People Were Killed and 32 Injured in Tayouneh Clashes So Far
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11-10-2021
  • Recommendations of the National Committee for COVID-19 Vaccine on the Administration of the Third Dose
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7&8-10-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5&6-10-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No. 1147/1 Date 30/9/2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1136/1 & 1137/1 & 1138/1 & 1140/1 Date 27/9/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10&11&12&13&14&15-9-2021
  • Request for Quotation- Procurement of an Accounting Software
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1117/1 & 1126/1 Date 10/9/2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1070/1 & 1071/1 & 1076/1 Date 10/9/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28&29&30&31-8&1&2&3-9-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1032/1 Date 1/9/2021
  • COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Bus is now available
  • All Seized Medicines and Infant Formulas to be Distributed to The Ministry's Dispensaries and PHC Centers
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24&25&26&27-8-2021
  • The MoPH Launches National Campaign for COVID-19 Vaccination
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18&19-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15-8-2021
  • The Moph Confirms that the Case of Fuel Storage by a Hospital Director has been Referred to the Judicial Authorities
  • The MoPH: 30 People Killed and 34 Injured Now Receiving Treatment at Hospitals Following Al-Tleil Blast
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.995/1 Date 18/8/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11&12&13-8-2021
  • The MoPH Explains How the Exchange Rate for Non-Subsidized Medicines Has Been Set
  • The Vaccination Record Cards Issued by the Official Vaccine Platform Do not Need to be Certified
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7&8&9-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3&4&5&6-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-7&1-8-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28&29&30-7-2021
  • The Moph Issues Guidelines to Follow In Cases of Dog Bite, Snakebite or Scorpion Sting
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-7-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22&23&24-7-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21-7-2021
  • The MoPH Resumes Today the Walk-in Service for Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19&20-7-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18-7-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17-7-2021
  • The MoPH Resumes the Walk-in Service for the AstraZeneca Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15&16-7-2021
  • Minister Hasan Allows the Emergency Import and Registration of Drugs
  • The MoPH: Procedures to Address the Medicine Crisis
  • The Ministry of Public Health Introduces Application Forms for Exceptional Vaccination Cases
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12&13&14-7-2021
  • An Announcement Issued by the Minister of Public Health, Hamad Hassan
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11-7-2021
  • Temporary Freeze of Walk-In
  • Minister Hasan Opens an Investigation into the Death of Baby Jouri
  • The MoPH: the Electronic Vaccination Records Do not Need to Be Certified
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5&6-7-2021
  • No Vaccination Record Cards are Issued for Vaccinated People not Enrolled in the Official Platform
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3&4-7-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-6&1-7-2021
  • MoPH Closes Four Nurseries and Supsends their Licenses
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&8-6-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21&22&23&24-6-2021
  • The MoPH Denies Issuing Statement of the First Confirmed Case of the Indian Variant
  • Pfizer Marathon to Continue Tomorrow; the Number of Vaccinated People Exceeds 8500 Today
  • Grabajab.com to Book an Appointment for Pfizer Marathon and avoid Crowds
  • Pfizer Marathon on June 25-26 for People aged 50 and Above
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18&19&20-6-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.812/1 Date 23/6/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15&16-6-2021
  • The MoPH Announces the Resumption of Reception of TB Patients at the TB Center, Karantina
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12&13&14-6-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.772/1 Date 14/6/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8&9&10-6-2021
  • The MoPH to Reduce the Age of Target Group to 53 Tomorrow
  • The MoPH: Pfizer Marathon Saturday and Sunday for Residents above 55 and People with Disabilities
  • Pfizer Marathon this Weekend to Target Residents aged 55 and over and People with Disabilities
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4&5-6-2021
  • Pfizer Vaccine Marathon to Take Place Sunday
  • The MoPH: Lebanon Classed as "Green" in France's New Travel Rulebook as Cases Decline
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-5&1&2-6-2021
  • The MoPH: the Pfizer Marathon's Launching is under Study and Will not Target People under Age 60
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Platform
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.714/1 Date 31/5/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28&29-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22-5-2021
  • Arrival of 15th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21&22-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16&17-5-2021
  • The Moph Plans to Widen Vaccination Scope and Clarifies the AstraZeneca Walk-ins Strategy
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14&15&16-5-2021
  • Arrival of 14th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12&13-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11&12-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 8&9&10-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 7&8-5-2021
  • Arrival of 13th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 5&6-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 3&4&5-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 1&2-5-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 29&30-4-2021
  • Arrival of 12th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 27&28&29-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 24&25-4-2021
  • List of the Laboratories Authorized by the Ministry of Public Health to Perform PCR Tests- 26/4/2021
  • Arrival of 11th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 22&23&24-4-2021
  • MoPH Clarifies The Reason for The Delay in The Arrival of The AstraZeneca Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 21-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights that Arrived on 19&20-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-4-2021
  • Arrival of 10th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13-4-2021
  • An Electronic Address to Help Follow up the Messages Received to Schedule Vaccination Appointments
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11-4-2021
  • Request for Quotation for Procurement of Installation of Negative Pressure Systems
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8&9&10-4-2021
  • Arrival of 9th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5&6&7&8-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5-4-2021
  • Request for Quotation for Procurement of Oxygen Related Equipment
  • Request for Quotation for Accessories for COVID-19 Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1/2/3-4-2021
  • Arrival of 8th Shipment of the Pfizer Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-3 &1-4-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28&29-3-2021
  • Issuance of Minister's Decision on the cancellation of PCR Tests for Travellers who Received The Covid-19 Vaccine
  • Issuance of Memo No. 33 on 30/3/2021 on A Warning of Faking PCR Test Results
  • Issuance of Memo No. 32 on 30/3/2021 on The Amendment of the Target Groups for The Covid-19 Vaccine
  • The Moph: The Remdesivir has been Added to the Hospitalization Bill
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27-3-2021
  • The MoPH: The Seventh Shipment of Pfizer Vaccine Arrives to Lebanon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22&23-3-2021
  • Lebanon Received 33600 Doses of The AstraZeneca Vaccine as First Batch
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21-3-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.424/1 Date 23/3/2021
  • Issuance of Circular No. 14/2 on the Procedures Required by all Passengers Arriving to Lebanon
  • The MoPH: The Hotlines 1214 and 1787 are Now Available Free of Charge
  • The Sixth Shipment of Pfizer Vaccine Arrives in the Afternoon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18&19-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16&17&18-3-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.403/1 Date 19/3/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15&16-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14-3-2021
  • The MoPH: The Vaccine is a National Responsibility, not a Subject of Media Hype
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12&14-3-2021
  • A New Shipment of Pfizer Vaccine Arrives in the Afternoon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&9&10-3-2021
  • MOPH: Announcing that Vaccines are Available at High Prices will Lead to the Prosecution of the Perpetrator
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3&5&6&8-3-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.360/1 & 361/1 Date 10/3/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&7&8-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5&6-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3&4-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1-3-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&27&28-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-2-2021
  • The MoPH: There will be no Exceptional Vaccination Campaigns
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24&25-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22&23-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21-2-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.291/1 & 292/1 Date 22/2/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18&19&20-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16&17-2-2021
  • The MoPH: Appointments for COVID-19 Vaccines are Booked through the Official Platform
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&13&14-2-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.233/1 Date 16/2/2021
  • The First Shipment of COVID-19 Vaccines to Arrive Soon
  • How to Register on COVAX Platform to get the COVID-19 Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11-2-2021
  • The Ministry of Public Health Announces the Arrival of the First Shipment of Vaccines
  • The Ministry of Public Health Announces it had Reactivated the Hotline 1214 for any Inquiry Regarding the Vaccine
  • Announcement of the Plan To Follow Up the Partial and Gradual Opening of Educational Institutions
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9-2-2021
  • Minister Hasan's Media Office Denied the Vaccines had Been Distributed on the Basis of Political Preferences
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&7&8-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4&5&6-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 31-1-2021&1&2-2-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28&29-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26&27-1-2021
  • Request for Consultancy Services for Information Technology Analyst
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24&25-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22&23-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20&21-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-1-2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.87/1 & 89/1 & 90/1 Date 20/1/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17-1-2021
  • Minister Hasan Signs the First Payment of Dues to Hospitals for the Treatment of COVID-19 Patients
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15-1-2021
  • MoPH: the Devices at the Sports City are Portable Ventilators, not ICU Ventilators
  • MoPH: We Comply with Specific Standards for the Procurement of Ventilators
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&12&13-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9 & 11-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9 & 10-1-2021
  • The MoPH Launches New Hotline 1787
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.59/1 Date 12/1/2021
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.54/1 Date 11/1/2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8 & 9-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6 & 7-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5&6-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-1-2021
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1&2-1-2021
  • Closure of all Nurseries across Lebanon for the Entire Week
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-12-2020
  • The Cost of PCR Test at Governmental Hospitals Reduced to LBP 100,000 Starting Monday
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27-12-2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1896/1 Date 28/12/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22 &23-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19&20&21-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18 & 19-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16, 17 & 18-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15 & 16-12-2020
  • Request for Quotation for 5 Negative Pressure ICU - COVID19-005 - 17-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13 & 14-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11&12&13-12-2020
  • Ministries of Public Health and Information Together "Ma3an" Against Corona
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8&9-12-2020
  • Bishop Darwish Visits Minister Hasan
  • Another Batch of Seasonal Influenza Vaccines Arrives in Lebanon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&5&6-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1&4&5-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1&2-12-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28&30-11-2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1685/1 & 1694 & 1695 Date 1/12/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28&29-11-2020
  • Announcement to all Importers and Distributors of Drugs in Lebanon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26&27&28-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24&25-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22&23-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19&20&21-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18-11-2020
  • Minister Hasan Inaugurates a New COVID-19 Patient Ward at Rafik Hariri University Hospital
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17-11-2020
  • Minister Hasan Signs an Agreement with the Syndicate of Hospitals in Lebanon
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12&13&14-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&12-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8&9-11-2020
  • Memorandum Issued on the Examination of Contacts and Discharging Patients from Isolation and Quarantine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7&8-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4-11-2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1518/1 Date 6/11/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-10 & 1&2-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 31-10&1-11-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28&29&30-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24&25&26&27-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22&23-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&19-10-2020
  • MoPH: Unofficial PCR Test Results were Sent to the Citizens
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16&17&18-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15&16-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14&15-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12&13&14-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-10-2020
  • Decisions of the Minister of Public Health to Close Three Pharmacies
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11-10-2020
  • Hasan Launches The New Technique For The Diagnosis of COVID-19 Infection
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8&9-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&8-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6&7-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5&6-10-2020
  • Request for Expression of Interest- 8/10/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5-10-2020
  • Memorandum Issued by the Minister on the Mechanism for the Use of Influenza Vaccine
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4-10-2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1352/1 and 1359/1 and 1360/1 and 1361/1 Date 2/10/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 2&3-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1&2-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1-10-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29&30-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 28&29-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27&28-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26&27-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26-9-2020
  • 16 Positive Cases among the Passengers on Flights to Beirut in the Last Two Days
  • MOPH: PCR Tests are not Available for Free for Everyone at the Italian Field Hospital
  • The Ministry of Health Denies Incorrect Information on the Drugs Application
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23&24-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21&22&23-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20 & 21-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19-9-2020
  • Issuance of Two Decisions on the Implementation of the Barecode on Drugs
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18&19-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17&18-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16&17-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15&16-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14&15-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13&14-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11&12-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10&11-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9&10-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6 & 7 & 8 - 9 - 2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4&5&6-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Passengers That Arrived on 3&4&5-9-2020
  • Additional PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 3&4-9-2020
  • Ministry of Health: Quarantine is Mandatory for Those In Contact with Positive Cases Throughout the Incubation Period
  • Updated List of the Names of the Beirut Port Explosion Martyrs
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 31-8 & 2-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1&2-9-2020
  • List of Field Hospitals That Treat Patients For Free
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 31-8-2020 and 1-9-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30&31-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29 & 30-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27 &28 &29-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26 &27 &28-8-2020
  • Clarification from the Ministry of Public Health Regarding the Tests Conducted in Qubb Elias
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26&27-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25&26-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24 & 25-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22-23 & 24-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 21-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20-8-2020 and 21-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 20-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19-8-2020 and 20-8-2020
  • MoPH Media Office Issued General Mobilization Instructions
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 18-8-2020 and 19-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-8-2020 and 17-8-2020 and 18-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-8-2020 and 17-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15-8-2020
  • Additional PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14-8-2020 and Additional Results of Flights on 12-8-2020 and 13-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 13-8-2020 and Additional Results of 11-8-2020
  • Additional PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-8-2020
  • Minister Hasan Asked Customs to Report on Expired Drugs
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-8-2020 and Additional Results of 10-8-2020 and 11-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 10-8-2020 and Additional Results of Flights on 8-8-2020 and 9-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 9-8-2020 and 8-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 8-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7-8-2020
  • Additional PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 6-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 4-8-2020
  • List of the Names of all the Victims whose Bodies are at the Governmental Hospitals
  • Additional PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1-8-2020 and 2-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 1 & 2-8-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 30-7-2020 and 31-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29-7-2020 and 30-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 29-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 27 & 28-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 26 & 27-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 25 & 26-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 24 & 25-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23 & 24-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 23-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 22-7-2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.976/1 Date 23/7/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 19-7-2020 and 18-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 17-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 16-7-2020
  • Ministry of Health Announced The Follow Up of The PCR Results of Incoming Passengers
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 15-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 14-7-2020
  • The Ministry's 1214 Hotline Services Suspended
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.919/1 Date 13/7/2020 and 955/1 Date 14/7/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 12-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 11-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived On 8-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 7/7/2020
  • PCR Results of Flights That Arrived on 5-7-2020
  • PCR Results of Passengers That Arrived on 1/7/2020 and 2/7/2020
  • Issuance of Circular No. 99 About Travelers Coming To Lebanon
  • Training of Volunteers to Support Quarantined Citizens to Use MoPH’s Digital Platforms And Facilitate Follow up Procedures
  • Download the Official MOPH Mobile App: (New version)
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.694/1 and 695/1 Date 24/6/2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.626/1 Date 10/6/2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.553/1 Date 27/5/2020
  • Statement Issued by the Ministry of Public Health
  • Nine Positive Cases among the Passengers Returning from Accra, Kinshasa, Frankfurt and South Sudan
  • Statement on the Need to Strictly Comply with Home-Quarantine and Wear Face Masks
  • Lab Results of Passengers Returning From Moscow, Minsk, Kuwait, Douala, Bahrain, Dubai, London and Ukraine
  • Hasan: Nurseries are to be Prepared to Reopen in June
  • The Latest Lab Results for the Lebanese Expats
  • Lab Results of the Passengers Returning from Nigeria and Qatar
  • Lab Results of the Passengers Returning from Riyadh Six Passengers on the Flight from Qatar were Retested
  • Lab Results of Expats Returning across Masnaa and Abboudieh Border Crossings
  • Lab Results of the Passengers Returning to Lebanon on May 3- 4
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.499/1 Date 5/5/2020
  • The Lab Results of the Passengers Returning from Conakry and Riyadh
  • Lab Results of Passengers on Tuesday Flights(Second Phase of the Return of Expatriates)
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.474/1 and 475/1 Date 30/4/2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.462/1, 463/1 and 466/1 Date 28/4/2020
  • A Media Statement About Not Linking Violence to Mental Disorders
  • The Results of Tests Performed on 20/04/2020
  • The Lab Results of the Passengers on the Plane from London
  • The Lab Results of the Passengers on the Planes from Paris, Jeddah and Gabon are Negative
  • The Lab Results of the Passengers on the Planes from Kuwait, Dubai, Luanda and Rome are Negative
  • The lab Results of the Passengers on the Planes from Madrid and Paris
  • The Lab Results of the Passengers on the Planes from Istanbul and Kinshasa
  • Request for Quotation for PPE- 4/4/2020
  • Request for Quotation to Purchase 70 Ventilators for the Governmental Hospitals- 28/3/2020
  • Request for Quotation for PPE- 21/3/2020
  • List of Hospitals Eligible for SARS-CoV-2 Testing Using RT-PCR
  • Form to be Filled out by the Lebanese Expats
  • New Hotline for COVID-19
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 31/3/2020
  • Issuance of a Circular and Four Administrative Memorandums Related to COVID-19
  • Daily Report on COVID-19 of 30/3/2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.370/1 Date 27/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 23/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 22/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 20/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 19/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 17/3/2020
  • Daily Report on Covid-19 of 15/3/2020
  • Issuance of the Daily Report on COVID-19 of 12/3/2020
  • Statement Issued By Notre Dame de Secours-Jbeil Hospital
  • Warning Regarding Hydroxychloroquine Drug
  • Statement Issued on March 16, 2020
  • Issuance of Memorandum No. 53 of 17/3/2020 on filling out the traveller's form on board all the planes flying to Lebanon
  • Issuance of Circular No. 52 of 16/3/2020 on Reporting the Results of COVID-19 Tests
  • The Daily Report on the Latest COVID-19 updates at Rafik Hariri University Hospital
  • Minister Hasan to Hold a Meeting With the Parliament's Health Committee in the Afternoon
  • Statement Issued on March 11, 2020
  • Issuance of the Daily Report on COVID-19 of 11/3/2020
  • The First Coronavirus Death Confirmed in Lebanon
  • MoPH Launches a New Awareness Campaign on COVID-19
  • Issuance of Circular No. 46 of 9/3/2020 by the Director General Concerning the Measures that Should be Taken by the Health Institutions to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus
  • Issuance of the National Epidemiological Surveillance Program Bulletin on COVID-19 on 8/3/2020
  • Statement of 6/3/2020 on the coronavirus case at Notre Dame de Secours Hospital
  • Report of Rafik Hariri University Hospital: Coronavirus Cases Increased to 15
  • A New Confirmed Coronavirus Case In Lebanon
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.298/1 Date 5/3/2020
  • Rafik Hariri University Hospital Report: The Total Number of Infections in Lebanon Increased to 16
  • Statement Issued on March 4, 2020 Regarding nCoV-19 Laboratory Tests Done In Private Laboratories
  • COVID-19- Daily Situation Report
  • New Press Release Issued on 3/3/2020
  • Issuance of the Circular No.38 of 2/3/2020 to the Primary Healthcare centers on the need to abide by the preventive measures against COVID-19
  • Three New Cases of Coronavirus Confirmed
  • Statement of March 2, 2020 on the Preventive Measures Against COVID-19 in the Institutions That Have Contact With the Public
  • The Ministry of Public Health Reminds the Decision to Close the Nurseries till March 8
  • Press Release Concerning Coronavirus Situation in Lebanon
  • The Ministry of Public Health Warns against the Spread of Fake News
  • The Ministry of Public Health: Three New Cases of Coronavirus Confirmed
  • Rafik Hariri Hospital: 3 New Cases Confirmed and 16 Quarantined
  • The Ministry of Public Health Confirms That the Epidemiological Situation in Lebanon is Still in the Phase of Containment
  • Decision on the Closure of Nurseries
  • Statement of Clarification Issued by the Press Office
  • Issuance of the Circular of the Minister No.36 of 27/2/2020 on the Preventive Measures against Coronavirus in Nurseries
  • The Ministry of Public Health: Third Case of Coronavirus Confirmed
  • Provision of TPA Services in Primary Healthcare Centers (Invitation of Expression of Interest EOI for Specialised Companies)
  • Guidance on Home Isolation
  • Rafik Hariri Hospital's Latest Updates on Coronavirus: 25 People have been Tested for Coronavirus; none of them Needed Hospital Care
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.207/1 Date 20/2/2020
  • The Ministry of Public Health Reminds the Pharmacies to Adhere to the New Prices of Infant Formula
  • Statement Issued by the Ministry of Public Health on the Measures Followed with Regard to the People Coming from China
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.172/1 Date 12/2/2020
  • Issuance of Infant Formulas (from 0 to 1 year) Public Price list
  • Circular Issued by the Minister of Public Health on Hospitalization
  • Influenza and Coronavirus Prevention Guidance
  • No Cases of Coronavirus Infection among the Lebanese in Wuhan
  • Statement Concerning The Ship Coming From The Far East
  • Statement Denying Allegations of the Emergence of the First Case of Corona Virus Infection in Tripoli
  • MoPH: Influenza Epidemiological Indicators within the Expected Level
  • Clarification about the Health Coverage of Road Traffic Accidents
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.143/1 Date 21/1/2020
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.3/1 and 5/1 Date 3/1/2020
  • Statement Issued by the Media Office: All Allegations and Claims are Referred to the lebanese Justice
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2586/1 Date 18/12/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2462/1 Date 02/12/2019
  • Office of the Minister of Public Health: The Pharmaceutical Storage Project Raised the Medicine's Quality to Higher Levels
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.2345/1 and 2346/1 Date 18/11/2019
  • Jabak's Media Office: A Young Child from Tripoli to Receive Medical Care at the Expense of the Ministry of Public Health
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No. 2305/1 Date 12/11/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.2265/1 , 2267/1 and 2268/1 Date 6/11/2019
  • Issuance of Decision No. 2291/1 of 7/11/2019 on Printing the Expiration Date on Drugs' Packaging
  • Statement of the Minister of Public Health's Office in Response to the Allegations and False Claims Regarding the Patient Ramadan
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No. 2245/1 Date 30/10/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.2153/1 and 2162/1 Date 29/10/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1944/1 Date 24/9/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1927/1 Date 19/9/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1912/1 Date 18/9/2019
  • Issuance of Decision No. 1894/1 of 17/09/2019 on the Necessary Preparations for the Implementation of the 2D Barcode on Drugs
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1859/1 Date 12/9/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1807/1 , 1815/1 and 1819/1 Date 4/9/2019
  • Results of Laboratory Technician Competence Exam for Students Applying for Professional Practice License of 10 and 11 July 2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1700/1 Date 23/8/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1682/1 Date 22/8/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.1666/1 , 1667/1 and 1669/1 Date 21/8/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1638/1 Date 19/8/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1606/1 Date 9/8/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1531/1 Date 2/8/2019
  • The Moph Denies Claims over the Establishment of a New Governmental Hospital in Baalbeck Funded by Iran
  • The Ministry of Public Health Explains the Circumstances of Hepatitis A in Sarafand
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1430/1 Date 24/7/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1222/1 Date 1/7/2019
  • Laboratory Technician Competence Exams Scheduled for Students Applying for Professional Practice License
  • Statement of the Minister of Public Health on al-Aridi's Case
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1046/1 Date 11/6/2019
  • Statement Concerning the Disagreement between Saida Governmental Hospital's Director and Employees
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.822/1 Date 14/5/2019
  • Statement on the Latest Developments in the Case of Patient Diana Akel
  • Statement Concerning the Death of Raghed Kais
  • Minister of Public Health's Office: 4 People were Bitten by Snakes within two Days and the Reports on the Case of one of them are Exaggerated
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.592/1 Date 8/4/2019
  • The Media Office of the Minister of Public Health Explains the Cause of Death of Melania Hajj and Marvin Hobeiqa
  • The Ministry of Public Health Denounces the Policeman's Attack against a Woman with Mental Disorder
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.525/1 Date 28/3/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.515/1 Date 27/3/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.495/1 Date 26/3/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.493/1 Date 26/3/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.473/1 and No.474/1 and No.475/1 Date 20/3/2019
  • Office of Jabak: The Job Announcement Allegedly Published by the Ministry of Public Health is False
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.368/1 Date 11/3/2019
  • Jabak Denounced the Attack on Dr. Abou Shami: The Perpetrators Should be Identified and Held Accountable
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.255/1 Date 20/2/2019
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according toMinister's Decision No.231/1 Date 4/2/2019
  • New List of Drugs Pricing Reduction from 17/1/2019 till 1/2/2019
  • Memorandum No.4 of 6/2/2019 that Calls on the Inspection Doctors to Sign the Patient's Paperworks instead of the TPA's Representatives
  • MoPH: Closure of Two Unlicensed Beauty Centers in Hadath and Furn el Chebbak
  • Moph: Prevention Guidance following the Storm Repercussions
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.180/1 Date 30/1/2019
  • MoPH: the Sweden's Offer to Sell Lebanon Cancer Drugs, a Lie
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.145/1 Date 25/1/2019
  • Hasbani Reminded Hospitals to Accept Emergency Cases even if Payment is not Provided
  • MoPH Explains what Happened at Al Makassed Hospital
  • MoPH: "Al-Akbar" Newspaper Tarnishes again its Credibility by Spreading False News
  • Hasbani Closes the Nurseries in Beirut Friday
  • MoPH: Atris Received Treatment in the Hospital at our Expenses. We Call on the Residents to Respect Traffic Laws
  • Hasbani Forms a Committee to Implement the Infrastructure of the Health Care Card
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.74/1 Date 15/1/2019
  • MoPH: Parents shall Decide whether or not to Send their Kids to the Nurseries
  • Moph: A Dispensary Closed at Wadi El Zayni
  • MoPH Closes a Medical Clinic on Hadi Nasrallah Highway and withdraws the Licenses of Two Doctors
  • MoPH Calls on the Nurseries Located at Areas 700 m and up to Close Tuesday
  • MoPH Calls on the Nurseries to Close Wednesday because of the Storm
  • MoPH Closes Medical and Beauty Clinics Employing Turkish Doctors
  • Moph: The Amounts Due to Hospitals were Transferred to the Ministry of Finance for Payment
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.2662/1 and No.2663/1 Date 26/12/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2623/1 Date 21/12/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2622/1 Date 21/12/2018
  • MoPH: The Palestinian Child Wehbeh Received Treatment at the Expense of UNRWA and was Admitted to the Hospital as Required
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2543/1 Date 14/12/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2522/1 Date 11/12/2018
  • MoPH: the Ministry's Doctor has Performed his Duties to the Fullest as to the Deceased Passeger
  • The MoPH Arrests a Man for Posing as Doctor and Seals an Apartment in Zouk Mosbeh with Red Wax
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2361/1 Date 21/11/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decisions No.2307/1 & 2312/1 Date 16/11/2018
  • Hasbani Temporarily Appoints Aoun as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jezzine Hospital and Assigns Massad as Director
  • Hasbani Meets with the World Bank Delegation and the Funding Agreement Brought into Operation
  • Closure of a Pharmacy in Sin el Fil
  • MoPH Confirms that Rhodamine B Substance is not Registered in the Ministry of Public Health
  • Press Release in Response to "Al Akhbar" Newspaper Concerning Chebaa Governmental Hospital
  • Hasbani Announces MoPH Coverage of Out-Patient Services by 70% in Public Hospitals
  • Reform Measures Taken by Jezzine and Chebaa Governmental Hospitals
  • Press Release Concerning Aids Infection
  • MoPH Issued a Clarification Concerning the Drugs Prices Difference Compared to Turkey
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2160/1 Date 29/10/2018
  • The Head of the Board of Directors of the “Jezzine” Governmental Hospital was Suspended from Work
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2144/1 Date 25/10/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2140/1 Date 25/10/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.2106/1 Date 23/10/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1914/1 Date 10/10/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1902/1 Date 9/10/2018
  • Hasbani Met with the Board of Directors of Jezzine Governmental Hospital and Communicated with the Central Inspection to Speed up Procedures
  • Referring a Pharmacy to the Public Prosecution because it Sells Milk Distributed Free of Charge by MoPH
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1867/1 Date 1/10/2018
  • The Violations of Jezzine Governmental Hospital have been Transferred to the Central Inspection since July 2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1805/1 Date 26/9/2018
  • Mental Health: Call for Public Hospitals-Academia-Civil Society Organizations Partnerships
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1796/1 Date 24/9/2018
  • Pharmaceutical Products Recalled from the Lebanese Market according to Minister's Decision No.1738/1 Date 18/9/2018
  • Two Letters from Hasbani to the Ministry of Energy and Water and the Governor of Akkar after Ain Al Zahab Water in Akkar had been Confirmed to be Polluted
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Considerations For Exchanging Money Before Traveling To Lebanon

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Lebanon, a country known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes, is a popular destination for travelers seeking unique experiences. However, before embarking on your adventure, it is crucial to consider the best way to exchange money before your trip. With Lebanon's fluctuating economy and limited access to foreign currencies, it is essential to be well-informed and prepared to make the most of your financial transactions during your time in this Middle Eastern gem. In this article, we will explore the various considerations for exchanging money in Lebanon, offering you invaluable tips to maximize your experience while ensuring financial security.

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Understanding the local currency in lebanon, evaluating the exchange rates in lebanon, weighing the pros and cons of exchanging money before traveling, tips for safely exchanging money in lebanon.

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If you are planning a trip to Lebanon, one of the things you need to consider is the local currency. Understanding the currency in Lebanon will help you make informed decisions about exchanging money and managing your finances during your trip. In this blog post, we will guide you through the basics of the local currency in Lebanon.

The currency in Lebanon is the Lebanese pound (LBP). It is also commonly referred to as the lira. The Lebanese pound is the official currency of Lebanon and is accepted everywhere in the country. The currency is denoted by the symbol "L£" or "ل.ل" in Arabic.

Here are some important things you need to know about the Lebanese pound:

  • Exchange Rates: The exchange rate for the Lebanese pound may fluctuate, so it is a good idea to check the current rate before you travel. You can easily find exchange rates online or through currency exchange apps. Keep in mind that rates may vary between banks and money exchange offices, so it is advisable to compare rates and choose the best option.
  • Cash Is King: In Lebanon, cash is the most widely accepted form of payment. While some establishments may accept credit or debit cards, it is always handy to have cash with you. ATMs are readily available in cities and towns, allowing you to withdraw Lebanese pounds. Be aware that many ATMs in Lebanon dispense money in large denominations, so you may need to break down larger bills for smaller purchases.
  • Foreign Currency Exchange: If you plan to exchange money, it is recommended to do so in Lebanon rather than in your home country. The exchange rates offered in Lebanon are typically better than those offered abroad. You can exchange your foreign currency at banks, exchange offices, or hotel counters. Remember to compare rates and fees before making any exchanges.
  • Carrying Cash Safely: While it is essential to have cash on hand, it is equally important to keep it safe. Use a money belt or a hidden pouch to store your cash securely. Avoid carrying large amounts of money with you and try to withdraw smaller amounts as needed.
  • Currency Denominations: The Lebanese pound has several denominations, including notes of 1,000 LBP, 5,000 LBP, 10,000 LBP, 20,000 LBP, 50,000 LBP, and 100,000 LBP. There are also coins of 250 LBP, 500 LBP, and 1,000 LBP. Familiarize yourself with the different denominations to make transactions easier.
  • Currency Acceptance in Other Countries: The Lebanese pound is not widely accepted in other countries, so it is best to convert any remaining currency back into your home currency before you leave Lebanon. This can be done at the airport or at currency exchange offices.

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When planning a trip to Lebanon, one important consideration is how to handle your money. One option is to exchange your currency before traveling to Lebanon. Evaluating the exchange rates in Lebanon can help you make an informed decision about whether to exchange your money beforehand or wait until you arrive.

Before evaluating the exchange rates, it is important to understand the currency used in Lebanon. The official currency is the Lebanese pound (LBP). It is widely accepted throughout the country, and it is the only currency that can be used for transactions within Lebanon. Other currencies, such as the US dollar and the euro, can also be exchanged in Lebanon, but they are less commonly used for day-to-day transactions.

To evaluate the exchange rates in Lebanon, you can use a reliable currency exchange website or mobile app. These platforms provide real-time exchange rates and allow you to compare the rates offered by different exchange providers. It is essential to choose a reputable exchange provider to ensure you get a fair and competitive rate.

When evaluating the exchange rates, it is also important to consider any fees or commissions that may be charged by the exchange provider. Some providers offer attractive exchange rates but impose high fees or commissions, which can significantly reduce the amount of money you receive. It is advisable to compare the total cost of the exchange, including fees, to determine the best option for you.

Another factor to consider when evaluating exchange rates is the stability of the currency. Lebanon has experienced political and economic instability in recent years, which has affected the value of the Lebanese pound. It is important to monitor the exchange rates and consider any fluctuations that may occur. If the currency is expected to depreciate significantly, it may be wise to exchange your money before traveling to Lebanon to secure a more favorable rate.

In some cases, exchanging your currency before traveling to Lebanon may provide peace of mind and convenience. By exchanging your money in your home country, you can ensure that you have local currency upon arrival. This can be beneficial, especially if you arrive late at night or in a remote area where currency exchange facilities may be limited.

However, it is worth noting that exchanging your money in Lebanon can sometimes result in a more favorable rate. Some exchange providers in Lebanon offer competitive rates, particularly if you have access to local recommendations or if you are exchanging large sums of money. Additionally, exchanging money in Lebanon can help support the local economy.

In conclusion, evaluating the exchange rates in Lebanon is an important step when deciding whether to exchange your money before traveling. By using reliable currency exchange platforms and considering fees, currency stability, and convenience factors, you can make an informed decision that best suits your needs. Regardless of your choice, it is always advisable to carry some local currency when traveling to Lebanon for immediate expenses and emergencies.

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If you're planning a trip to Lebanon, one of the important decisions you'll have to make is whether to exchange money before you go or wait until you arrive in the country. There are pros and cons to both options, and it ultimately depends on your personal circumstances and preferences. Consider the following factors to help you make an informed decision.

Exchange rates: One of the primary factors to consider is the exchange rate. Currencies fluctuate in value, and it can be challenging to predict which direction the exchange rate will move. By exchanging money before your trip, you have the potential to lock in a favorable rate. On the other hand, if you wait until you arrive in Lebanon, you can take advantage of any potential currency appreciation.

Convenience: Another factor to consider is convenience. Exchanging money before your trip can save you time and effort once you arrive in Lebanon. You'll have cash in hand and won't have to worry about finding a currency exchange office or ATMs. However, if you're comfortable using your credit or debit card, you may find it more convenient to wait until you're in Lebanon to exchange money. Most establishments in Lebanon accept major credit cards, so you won't have to carry large amounts of cash.

Fees and charges: When exchanging money, you'll need to consider the fees and charges involved. If you exchange money before your trip, you may have to pay a commission or service fee. Additionally, your bank may charge you a foreign transaction fee for using your credit or debit card abroad. On the other hand, if you wait until you're in Lebanon to exchange money, you may be subject to higher fees at the exchange office or ATMs. It's essential to compare the fees and charges associated with both options to determine which is more cost-effective.

Security: Security is another consideration when deciding whether to exchange money before your trip. Carrying large amounts of cash can make you a target for theft or pickpocketing. If you're concerned about security, it may be safer to wait until you're in Lebanon to exchange money. However, if you choose to carry cash, make sure to take proper precautions such as using a money belt or keeping it hidden in a secure location.

Availability of currency: Finally, consider the availability of local currency in Lebanon. In some cases, it may be difficult to find a currency exchange office or ATMs that dispense Lebanese pounds. If you're traveling to a remote or less touristy area, it may be wise to exchange money before your trip to ensure you have the local currency on hand.

In conclusion, the decision to exchange money before traveling to Lebanon depends on various factors such as exchange rates, convenience, fees and charges, security, and availability of currency. Consider these factors carefully and weigh the pros and cons to determine which option is best for you. Regardless of your decision, it's always a good idea to have a mix of cash and cards to ensure you're prepared for any situation during your trip.

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If you're planning to travel to Lebanon, it's important to consider how to safely exchange your money. With a bit of preparation and knowledge, you can ensure that you get the best rates and avoid any potential scams. Here are some tips for safely exchanging money in Lebanon:

  • Research Exchange Rates: Before you travel, it's a good idea to research the current exchange rates for your home currency to Lebanese pounds (LBP). This will give you an idea of what to expect and help you identify any potential scams or unfair rates.
  • Exchange at Official Currency Exchange Offices: It's always best to exchange your money at official currency exchange offices, banks, or authorized financial institutions. These establishments are regulated and provide a secure and reliable service. Avoid exchanging money with individuals you meet on the street or in informal settings, as this can put you at risk of scams or counterfeit currency.
  • Compare Exchange Rates: Don't settle for the first exchange office you come across. Different exchange offices may offer slightly different rates, so it's worth shopping around to find the best deal. Look for offices with transparent fees and competitive rates and compare their rates to ensure you get the most value for your money.
  • Avoid Unofficial Exchanges: While it may be tempting to exchange money with individuals or unofficial exchange offices that offer better rates, this can be risky. Unofficial exchanges may use counterfeit currency or engage in illegal activities. Stick to official establishments to ensure the safety of your money.
  • Be Wary of Scams: In any foreign country, it's important to be aware of common scams targeting tourists. In Lebanon, some common scams involve switching currency notes or using distraction techniques to steal money. Always count your money before leaving the exchange office and stay vigilant to avoid falling victim to scams.
  • Use ATMs and Credit Cards: Another option for obtaining local currency is to withdraw cash from ATMs using your debit or credit card. ATMs are widely available in Lebanon, and using your card can help you avoid carrying large amounts of cash. However, be mindful of any potential fees or foreign transaction charges imposed by your bank.
  • Keep Small Denominations: When exchanging money, try to request smaller denominations of Lebanese pounds. This will make it easier to manage your expenses and avoid difficulties when making smaller purchases or dealing with vendors who may be unable to provide change for larger notes.
  • Be Mindful of Currency Restrictions: Before traveling to Lebanon, check if there are any currency restrictions or limits on the amount of money you can bring into the country. It's important to comply with local regulations to avoid any legal issues or delays at the customs.

By following these tips, you can ensure a safe and hassle-free experience when exchanging money in Lebanon. Remember to do your research, compare rates, and stick to official establishments to get the best value for your money while minimizing the risk of scams or counterfeit currency.

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It is recommended to exchange some money before traveling to Lebanon. While it is possible to exchange money at banks and currency exchange desks in Lebanon, it is always good to have some local currency on hand for immediate expenses upon arrival.

The official currency of Lebanon is the Lebanese Pound (LBP), and it is the best currency to have when traveling to the country. It is advisable to exchange your home currency for Lebanese Pounds before your trip or upon arrival.

Yes, US dollars are widely accepted in Lebanon, especially in tourist areas and larger establishments. However, it is still recommended to have some Lebanese Pounds on hand for smaller establishments, local markets, and transportation.

Yes, ATMs are widely available in Lebanon, especially in major cities. It is advisable to use ATMs attached to banks for safety and security reasons. However, it is always a good idea to have some cash beforehand in case of any ATM issues or if you find yourself in an area with limited ATM access.

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Israel-Gaza latest: Israeli fighter jet hits West Bank in deadly strike; aid pier off Gaza coast 'not enough'

An Israeli fighter jet has struck the West Bank. Palestinian authorities say at least one person has been killed. Meanwhile, the bodies of three hostages have been recovered.

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  • An Israeli fighter jet struck a refugee camp in the West Bank, killing at least one person and injuring eight;
  • The bodies of three Israeli hostages were recovered from Gaza;
  • An investigation was launched after a 450kg bomb fell from an Israeli fighter jet into an Israeli town;
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A group of US medical workers trapped at a hospital in Gaza have now left the territory, the White House says.

American doctors providing care in Gaza were unable to leave after Israel closed the Rafah border crossing.

Among them were 10 from the US-based Palestinian American Medical Association, who had intended to leave after a two-week mission at the European Hospital in Khan Younis.

Today, 17 American doctors and healthcare workers, out of a total of 20, left Gaza, White House national security spokesperson John Kirby said.

"I can assure you that any of them that wanted to leave are out," Mr Kirby said. 

Three of the doctors chose not to depart Gaza, a source familiar with the situation said.

The Palestinian American Medical Association reported on Wednesday that its team of 19 healthcare professionals, including 10 Americans, had been denied exit from Gaza

Israel seized and closed the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt on 7 May.

The number of people injured by an Israeli airstrike in the West Bank has risen to eight, according to the Palestinian health ministry.

They are in a stable condition and receiving treatment at hospitals, it said.

As we reported in our last post, at least one person has been killed by the attack on Jenin refugee camp.

Residents of the camp said a house was targeted.

Unlike Gaza, such a strike is a rarity in the West Bank, which is run by the Palestinian Authority, not Hamas.

The Israeli military says a fighter jet has carried out a strike in Jenin in the West Bank.

One person was killed and two injured, the Palestinian health ministry said.

While Palestinians live in both Gaza and the West Bank, the territories are controlled by distinct groups.

Hamas has ruled over Gaza since seizing control in 2007 following a brief civil war with the Palestinian Authority.

The West Bank, meanwhile, is still run by the Palestinian Authority, headed by president Mahmoud Abbas.

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Julia Abu Zeiter, whose story is being followed by Sky News, was moved with her family from a tent in the southern city of Rafah and relocated to a supposedly safer zone to the north and further away from the border they had hoped to cross.

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She added: "I was between two fires, not knowing where to go. Do I go try to travel to treat my daughter or do I flee to another place?"

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Israel has assured the US they are willing to continue discussions before making any major decisions on plans to assault Rafah, a US official has said.

White House national security spokesperson John Kirby said national security adviser Jake Sullivan will raise the issue on a visit to Israel to meet Benjamin Netanyahu.

Mr Sullivan will stress the need to go after Hamas in a targeted way, not with a full-scale assault on the southern city, Mr Kirby said.

He said it was important that the Rafah crossing was opened immediately.

The Israeli military seized control of the crossing between  Gaza and Egypt earlier this month.

Hamas says the US-built aid pier off Gaza's coast is no alternative to opening all land crossings under Palestinian supervision.

It added that they reject any military presence on Palestinian land.

Trucks carrying aid rolled across the pier today for the first time in an operation the US says will scale up to 150 truckloads a day.

But Gaza is already on the brink of famine, according to international aid organisations.

Aid groups also say land crossings are much more effective, and at least 500 trucks a day are required to meet the basic needs of the population.

Israeli restrictions on border crossings and heavy fighting have hindered the delivery of food and other supplies.

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2024 Passport to CT Wine Country has begun

The 2024 Passport to Connecticut Wine Country is underway.

It started on Saturday and two additional vineyards -- Independence Vineyard in Lebanon and Tranquillity Vineyard & Winery in Middlebury -- have been added to the passport program this year.

To take part, pick up a printed book at participating farm wineries or download the digital app on the Apple App Store or Google Play. There is no charge for the book. Then visit the state’s participating farm wineries and collect stamps to be entered into prize drawings.

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Up to 50 names will be drawn at random.

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  5. Lebanon International Travel Information

    Updated to reflect lowering the overall Travel Advisory to Level 3, information about southern Lebanon, the border with Syria, and refugee settlements in Lebanon, information on crime and political violence, kidnapping, unexploded landmines, civil unrest, and the "If you decide to travel" section.

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  7. REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING

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  8. Lebanon (Travel Restrictions, COVID Tests ...

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  10. Entry requirements

    Passport validity requirements. Your passport should be valid for at least 3 months from the date you enter Lebanon. Check with your travel provider that your passport and other travel documents ...

  11. Do I need a passport to enter Lebanon?

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  12. Lebanon Travel Advisory

    Reconsider travel to Lebanon due to crime, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, unexploded landmines, and armed conflict. Some areas, especially near the borders, have increased risk. Read the entire Travel Advisory. Do Not Travel to: Southern Lebanon due to the potential for armed conflict; The border with Syria due to terrorism and armed ...

  13. Travel advice and advisories for Lebanon

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  14. Visa requirements for Lebanese citizens

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  16. Travel Vaccines and Advice for Lebanon

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  17. Traveling to US from Lebanon in 2024: Passport, Visa Requirements

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  18. Travel to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon—What to Know

    What it's like to travel to Jordan, Egypt, and Lebanon now. Recent visitors and operators on the ground say world-famous sites like Petra in Jordan, Lebanon's Baalbek Roman Ruins, and the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt are rather empty. "It is a recommended time to travel actually," said Salah of Great Wonders of Egypt.

  19. Traveling to Lebanon from United Arab Emirates in 2024: Passport, Visa

    UAE citizens do not need a tourist visa when travelling to Lebanon in 2024. UAE passport holders can stay in Lebanon for a short period of time (for 180 days). Please, read all the information below to make your trip easy and safe. Don't rely on information from only one source. Please, with at least one more source listed in the link.

  20. New Procedures For All Incoming Passengers To Lebanon

    In order to organize the entry of travelers, all the passengers wishing to travel to Lebanon should register on the electronic platform "COVID-19 MOPH PASS" of the Ministry of Public Health and verify accuracy of information before submission through the following link: https://arcg.is/0GaDnG To view the measures and procedures required by all incoming passengers starting from 11/1/2021 ...

  21. Is Lebanon Safe To Travel Now

    Lebanon MOPH Pass explained. The Lebanon Covid-19 MOPH Pass is a health screening process designed to monitor incoming visitors' health in an effort to overcome the risks related to the coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, since March 28, 2022, the Lebanon COVID-19 MOPH Pass is no longer needed to enter the country. Typical costs and budget for ...

  22. Considerations For Exchanging Money Before Traveling To Lebanon

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  23. Israel-Gaza latest: Israeli fighter jet hits West Bank in deadly strike

    Israel and Hezbollah have been exchanging fire across Lebanon's southern border for seven months in parallel with the Gaza war, but it has ramped up in recent days. There was no immediate comment ...

  24. Traveling to Israel from Lebanon in 2024: Passport ...

    Cash limit. Funds of ₪50,000 Israeli New Shekels (ILS) or higher must be reported. If entering Israel from Gaza, funds of ₪12,000 Israeli New Shekels (ILS) or higher must be reported. If entering Israel from the land borders of Egypt or Jordan, funds of ₪12,000 Israeli New Shekels (ILS) or higher must be reported.

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