The Ministry of Public Works and Transport on Monday announced new measures for passengers arriving at Beirut International Airport (AIB) from December 15, 2021, in order to tackle the alarming spread of Covit-19 in the country and the emergence of the new Omicron variant. In the world. These rules modify the series of actions announced last week.
In a circular sent to airlines, the ministry said that from December 15, all passengers arriving in Beirut must register. Electronic site designed by the Ministry of Health Passengers should be allowed to enter their data and obtain a health pass that will enable them to board the flight that will take them to Lebanon.
PCR examination before departure
Passengers over the age of 12 are asked to record on stage a negative result of a PCR test conducted 48 hours prior to arrival in Lebanon, in order to obtain a QR code, which will be scanned upon their arrival. Those who are unable to obtain this health pass from AIP will not be allowed to travel to Beirut.
Passengers who have been fully vaccinated for more than two weeks or who have been infected with Govt-19 for the past three months are exempt from PCR testing before departure, but all documents justifying this must be uploaded on stage. Vaccine or infection.
PCR test upon arrival
All persons arriving in Lebanon, except children under the age of 12 and members of the United Nations Interim Force (UNIFIL) in Lebanon, must undergo PCR testing upon arrival at the AIB. Those leaving for a maximum of one week should only undergo this PCR test upon arrival, but justify the duration of their trip on stage.
From January 10, 2022, this AIB test will have to be paid online through the ministry’s site. It is priced at $ 30.
24 hour isolation
From mid-December, passengers arriving in Beirut will have to restrain themselves for 24 hours until they receive a negative result on the PCR test. If the test result is positive, the Ministry of Passengers should inform the Ministry of Health by calling 1787, in case the Cabinet Committee does not contact them directly.
Flight attendants and pilots arriving in Lebanon for more than 48 hours are not required to undergo a PCR test upon arrival, they must submit the required documents on stage and isolate themselves for the duration of their stay.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport on Monday announced new measures for travelers arriving at Beirut International Airport (PIA) from December 15, 2021, in order to tackle the alarming spread of Kovit-19 in the country and the emergence of the new Omigron variant. In this world. These rules modify the announced series of actions …
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