Lebanon has shut its border with respect to citizens' movements, but trade, diplomatic, and repatriation movements are still ongoing. Along with existing challenges to trade due to banking restrictions, the crisis has seen demand fall dramatically while prices have witnessed a steep inflation due to currency devaluation.
Measures are in place to restrict citizens' movements during the day. Curfews are administered daily from 7:00pm until 5:00am, with exceptions for vital movements.
Lebanon's International Airport was closed on 19 March 2020. Commercial flight services were suspended and land border crossings into Syria have been closed indefinitely since 12 March 2020.