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Novel Coronavirus 2019


The Ministry of Public Health launches a new campaign on coronavirus aiming at providing the citizens with the necessary guidance to prevent coronavirus infection and correct misinformation and circulated rumors
 
Surveillance Reports
 
Suppressing COVID-19 Transmission
        
For the Public
Questions and Answers:

Heath Tips:   Circulars and Memorandom:

























































 

























 









 
































 
 
For the Professionals
 
Tuberculosis and Corona
Similarities and Differences: What are the factors and methods of treatment?
Similarities and differences: What are the symptoms?
Similarities and differences: What are the ways of transmission of the two diseases?
Similarities and differences: What are the preventive measures?
Similarities and differences: the role of the sun and ventilation

Similarities and differences: What are the methods for diagnosing the two diseases?
Similarities and differences: What are the ways of transmission?
Similarities and differences: How does the disease develop?
Misconception:  holding breath test?
Similarities and differences: which organs do they affect?
Similarities and differences: can the diseases be cured?
ًWhat are the ways of prevention?
 
 
Noncommunicable Diseases and the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Noncommunicable Diseases and the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
How to protect myself from the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19)?
 
Travel Advice
  • COVID19 MoPH PASS For Incoming Passengers:
 
To all the passengers arriving in Lebanon
 
All the passengers flying into Lebanon as from 1/7/2020 are required to comply with the following measures:
 
  1. Register on the electronic platform MOPH PASS of the Ministry of Public Health via the following link: https://arcg.is/0GaDnG and verify that the information provided is true before sending it.
  2. In case a PCR test is performed, make sure the date and the test result are uploaded on the platform.
  3. All the passengers are required to take a PCR test at Rafik Hariri International Airport upon arrival to Lebanon.
  4. All the passengers who took a PCR test before travelling to Lebanon are required to quarantine at home pending the result of the second test performed at the airport (for 24 hours)
  5. The passengers who did not take a PCR test before coming to Lebanon are required to quarantine at home for three days before a second PCR test is carried out on them.
  6. The passengers will receive the location of all the laboratories accredited by the Ministry of Public Health to perform the second PCR test via sms message.
  7. The passengers will be notified of the result of the PCR test via sms message, and will receive an electronic copy of the result.
  8. Any passenger who tests positive is required to immediately dial the Ministry’s hotline 01-594459 if they have not been contacted by the team of the Ministry.

 
             
  • PCR Results of Incoming Passengers:
   
 
 
Monitoring of COVID-19 Infection In Lebanon 
   
 
Statements
 
 
Meetings of the National Infectious Disease Committee
 
Laws and Regulations
 
 



If the following symptoms appear (fever,  cough,  runny nose,  sore throat,  shortness of breath)  within 14 days after arriving from a country where cases of coronavirus have been reported,  please call: 01/594459 instead of 76/592699

For any inquiry regarding the new coronavirus 2019-nCoV,  please contact the Ministry of Public Health on the following:
 
  • Hotline: 1214
  • Service of Preventive Medicine: 01/843769 - 01/830300 Ext: 435-436-437
  • Center of the Quarantine at Beirut Airport: 01/629352
  • Epidemiological Surveillance Program: 01/614194 - 01/614196
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