Lebanon restricts cafes, beaches to the vaccinated
Non-vaccinated employees of these establishments would be required to conduct a PCR test every 72 hours, it added.
The move comes amid a surge in infections with around 1,104 positive cases registered on Thursday compared to a few hundred a day in previous months.
Lebanon's cases peaked when a total lockdown was enforced in January after hospitals became overwhelmed amid a crippling financial crisis, with medicines running low and frequent power cuts.
The country gradually re-opened over the spring.
Lebanon's vaccination drive has been slow with only around 18% of the population fully vaccinated.