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PCR test mandatory before entering Lebanon

Posted 3 August 2020 · Add Comment

Middle East Airlines have said that PCR Test is mandatory before entering Lebanon from any country.

 

MEA implement PCR testing before entering Lebanon.  Image:  Middle East Airlines

Passengers arriving in Lebanon as a final destination on board Middle East Airlines are required to:

 

- Conduct a PCR test at one of the accredited laboratories by the relevant authorities in the countries from which they are departing within a maximum of 96 hours prior to the date of travel to Lebanon and show the PCR Test result at check-in counters. Passengers who do not carry a negative PCR Test result are not allowed to board MEA aircraft departing to Lebanon.

 

- All arriving passengers at Rafik Hariri International Airport-Beirut will undergo another PCR Test, at MEA's expense, and the result of the examination will be informed to the passenger within 48 hours by the Ministry of Public Health.

 

- All passengers who arrived in Lebanon and found that the results of the PCR Tests conducted upon arrival at Rafik Hariri International Airport were positive, should follow the medical guidelines and procedures set by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health until they recover.

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