In a post shared to their official Facebook page, the Embassy of Cyprus in Beirut has announced that Cyprus is suspending its visa services in Lebanon after reviewing the country’s epidemiological standards, and moving it from category B to category C. Editorial Purpose:
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Just last month, Lebanon was listed as one of the safe countries (Category B), which meant passengers would have had to provide a negative PCR test, conducted maximum 72 hours before departure, in order to be allowed on the plane, but would not adhere to quarantine nor self-isolation.
However, earlier this month, Lebanon was dropped to a category C as per the recommendation of the European Council. As a result, Lebanese travelers can no longer acquire a visa to Cyprus as of Monday, July 6.
As if any of us could afford it at this point?
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