Entry rules to Lebanon during the COVID-19 pandemic



Dear passengers, we would like to draw your attention to the updated rules of entry to Lebanon and to Ukraine when returning from Lebanon during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Entry is allowed under certain conditions:
Travelers who have visited India or traveled through India in the previous 14 days will not be allowed to travel to Lebanon.

Upon arrival, a PCR test will be performed and will require self-quarantine for 72 hours. In addition, the Passenger must present a negative PCR test on departure made within the previous 96 hours. The test must be in paper format or in e-mail. Alternatively, those who test positive at least 15 days before the trip, or within 90 days, may test positive. Those who have been outside Lebanon for less than 7 days are exempt from prior testing, but must pass the COVID-19 test upon arrival.

Travelers who have presented a valid international certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19 using an approved vaccine are exempt from pre-departure and quarantine testing requirements, but must be tested upon arrival. The last dose should be administered no later than 15 days before departure. A list of countries with established vaccines can be found at https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/lebanon/entry-requirements.

Required additional documents
"Airport tracking form" must be completed online, and an email or SMS will be created, which must be provided upon arrival.

In addition, the mobile application "Covid Leb Track" must be downloaded and activated before arrival and presented to local authorities at the airport.
Registration form for tracking at the airport.


Rules of entry into Ukraine from Lebanon

Travelers who have presented a valid international certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19 using an approved vaccine are exempted from the requirements for testing and isolation. Only vaccines approved by the World Health Organization are accepted.

Test result or medical certificate required
Proof of a negative PCR or antigen test (RAT or Ag) performed within the previous 72 hours must be provided upon arrival. Citizens and residents of Ukraine do not need evidence, but need to be tested, but they must agree to self-isolation for 14 days and install the application "Home". The isolation period can be shortened if a negative PCR test result is confirmed during isolation.

If you have visited another country in the previous 7 days, which Ukraine has classified as having a high prevalence of the Delta option, travelers will have to take a rapid test upon arrival. A negative result must be obtained before permission to enter the country.