These are the recommendations issued by the Corona Committee meeting

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On December 1, 2021, the Committee for the Follow-up of Preventive Measures and Measures for the Coronavirus held its fourth meeting at 2:00 pm in the Grand Serail headed by the Minister of Public Health and in the presence of the President of the Syndicate of Private Hospitals, the Syndicate of Physicians in Beirut and the Syndicate of Nurses.

Accordingly, the meeting made the following recommendations:

First: As of January 10, 2022, it is imposed on workers and wage earners in each of the following sectors:

The medical section
educational sector
tourism sector
public transport sector
Employees and workers in the public sector, municipalities and their federations
Military sector and security services
To be vaccinated with two doses of approved vaccines or to be subject, at their own expense, to a laboratory examination for the Corona virus (PCR) twice a week, in any of the laboratories approved by the Ministry of Public Health, under pain of being prevented from practicing their work with the consequences that may result from that . In this context, all concerned ministries, departments and security agencies are required to be strict in implementing these procedures.

Second: From the date of December 17, 2021, until January 9, 2022 inclusive, and from seven in the evening until six in the morning, restrictions are imposed on the movement of curfews on all Lebanese territories. Exceptions are made to persons vaccinated with at least one dose of approved vaccines for the Corona virus and those who have a negative result for the laboratory examination of the Corona virus (PCR) that does not exceed 48 hours from its issuance, and those under the age of twelve years.

Third: It is prohibited to hold all gatherings and parties with a capacity exceeding fifty percent of the capacity of the place or the designated hall.

Fourth: All arrivals to Lebanon through Rafic Hariri International Airport after the date of December 10, 2021 are implicitly subject to the following conditions:

That they have completed two doses of the approved vaccines for the Corona virus, or show a negative result for the laboratory test for the Corona virus (PCR) that does not exceed 48 hours from its issuance.
Registration through the application of the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health for air arrivals before arriving at Rafic Hariri International Airport.
Subject to a laboratory test for the Corona virus (PCR) on the airport campus for arrivals from the age of twelve years and above.

Fifth: Determining the closing period for all schools, universities, and public and private institutes on the occasion of Christmas and New Year’s Day, from December 16, 2021 to January 9, 2022, with an emphasis on limiting the spread of the virus by giving the vaccine to students within the target group according to the plan of the Ministry of Public Health. In addition to reaching a high percentage of the number of vaccinated people (at least one dose) in secondary classes in schools for students of all universities and institutes.

Sixthly:

Follow-up on the implementation of the Ministry of Tourism’s action plan related to measures to prevent the spread of the virus and obligate all tourist establishments, restaurants and hotels, and as of December 10 of the year 2021, not to receive pioneers who do not have a certificate of receiving at least one dose of vaccine, or a negative result of a laboratory test for the virus. (PCR) its deadline does not exceed 48 hours from its issuance.
Follow-up on the application of social distancing measures in public places and popular markets, with an emphasis on the need for workers to receive the vaccine.
Launching a Call Center at the Ministry of Tourism to receive all complaints related to the non-implementation of preventive measures in tourist establishments, restaurants and hotels.
Launching a national awareness campaign in partnership with the Ministry of Information, the media and specialized unions regarding the procedures to be taken in the tourism sector and the importance of adhering to them, with strict control of violations in all tourist establishments of all kinds (registered and unregistered) by the tourist police or the municipal police.

Seventh: Launching national awareness campaigns by the Ministry of Information in coordination with the visual, audio and written media to clarify the measures to be taken to limit the spread of the virus and explain their importance, especially the need to take the vaccine for personal and societal protection.

Eighth: The Ministry of Public Health launched a voluntary campaign to support the vaccination process.

Ninth: The Ministry of Communications keeps pace with all national campaigns with the means available to it to reach the largest number of citizens and those present on Lebanese territory.

Tenth: The request to the Ministry of Justice to be strict in suppressing violations of the procedures and measures to prevent the Corona virus, and the need to expedite the issuance of decisions and rulings to control violations.

Eleventh: Demanding all security services and municipalities to keep pace with the implementation of the measures taken and to strictly control their violations.

Please be informed and take the necessary action to put these procedures into practice and immediate application after the approval and directives of the Prime Minister.

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