Coronavirus: Sudan airports to remain closed until May 31

Sudanese medical laboratory students prepare sterilizers to combat the spread of the coronavirus, on April 14, 2020 in Khartoum. (AFP)

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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