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Travel restrictions from Lebanon to Spain lifted

Posted 29 June 2021 · Add Comment

Middle East Airlines- Air Liban has said that in addition to France, Cyprus, Germany, Denmark, Greece, Belgium and the Netherlands, Spain has allowed Lebanese and residents in Lebanon holding Visa Type C to enter its territories.

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Therefore, all travel restrictions from Lebanon to Spain have been lifted, with no need to be vaccinated nor to do a PCR or antigen test.

 

Passengers (including children of any age) will only need to fulfill the Spain Travel Health form which provides travellers with a QR code which allows them to enter Spain

 

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