Lebanon is imposing a two-week coronavirus lockdown starting from 30 July, as the country has witnessed a spike in cases.
Lebanon's Hariri International Airport reopened on 1 July with an initial limited daily capacity of 2,000 passengers. All travellers arriving in Beirut are required to comply with testing and potential self-isolation measures. Individuals with Lebanese nationality or residency can enter the country with no restrictions.
The government has implemented several measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. These measures include a curfew between midnight and 5:00am until 2 August, banning of large gatherings, and wearing masks at all times except when exercising.
Some public markets, banks, pharmacies, restaurants, parks and other facilities have started to reopen.