Sudan will keep its airports closed for both internal and international commercial passenger flights until May 31, the state news agency SUNA said on Sunday, extending a shutdown that began in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The airport will remain open only for flights for cargo, humanitarian aid, oil organizations’ workers and evacuating foreigners.
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