Lebanese citizens protest in Riad El Solh square against economic conditions and demand access to their bank deposits.
Lebanon initiates a total lockdown and curfew from January 14 to 25 as COVID-19 cases skyrocket after
the end-of-year holidays.
Lebanese citizens and foreign ambassadors gather to
mourn slain journalist Lokman Slim and
Families of the Beirut Port explosion victims protest against delays in the investigation and the recusal of the appointed judge.
Protesters across Lebanon block roads as the dollar exchange rate reaches LBP 10,000 on the black market.
The decision to extend the nationwide COVID-19
lockdown to February 8 triggers protests in Tripoli and
clashes with the army.
The Ministry of Public Health initiates the COVID-19 vaccination campaign with medical personnel first in line to get the vaccine.
Citizens gather at the Maronite Patriarchate in Bkerki to support calls for a UN-sponsored international conference to resolve Lebanon’s crises.
On International Women’s Day, citizens lead marches and demonstrations to address women’s rights issues.