Meyer lemons are pretty tolerant of a range of soil pH levels. The tree's reaction is to transplant shock possibly made worse by either the roots drying out in the process or hot sunny conditions soon after planting or soggy, poorly drained soil conditions which prevent roots from getting oxygen. The best thing to do now while you wait to see if the plant will recover is to keep the soil moist but not too wet.
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