Yemen’s UN-recognized government said on Saturday it was suspending all flights to and from airports under its control for two weeks starting on March 18, amid fears over the coronavirus outbreak.
A statement from the office of Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik Saeed said the suspension exempted flights for humanitarian purposes.
The key airports his government controls are in Aden, Sayoun and Mukalla.
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